ExtraHop, the leader in analytics for security and performance management, today announced that Credit Suisse has selected ExtraHop as an inaugural member of the Disruptive Technology Recognition (DTR) Program. The Credit Suisse DTR Program recognizes companies that are driving IT innovation with new, visionary, and disruptive approaches to technology. ExtraHop is joined in the inaugural DTR class by other innovators including Zoom, Slack, ThousandEyes, and Exabeam.
“At Credit Suisse, we see the adoption of disruptive technology as an opportunity to learn and innovate to improve user experience and security for our customers and partners,” said Laura Barrowman, Group Technology Officer and Group Chief Information Security Officer for Credit Suisse AG. “The DTR program was created to recognize not only disruptive technologies, but visionary companies that are driving the conversation and upending the status quo. ExtraHop is a leading force in product innovation and is forcing the market to reexamine its approach to performance management.”
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“With DTR program, Credit Suisse is helping to advance the state of the art of information technology, bringing together its highly sophisticated IT organization with the vendors that are helping it perform ahead of the curve,” said Arif Kareem, CEO at ExtraHop. “At ExtraHop we are committed to delivering game-changing technology to help global leaders like Credit Suisse deliver differentiated, yet secure, customer experiences through the power of analytics and machine learning. We’re honored to be a part of this program, and in the company of the other outstanding DTR partners.”
The DTR program is a joint initiative between the bank’s Investment Banking and Capital Markets division and Group Chief Technology Officer function. The DTR Program offers participants the opportunity to work collaboratively to promote innovation at the bank and at the Partner firms.