Pardo aims to expand cyber business to France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland 

The XM Cyber company, whose president is Tamir Pardo, former head of the Mossad, is targeting the European market

Photo: Kobi Gideon, GPO

According to a report by intelligenceonline, the XM Cyber company, whose president is Tamir Pardo, former head of the Mossad, is targeting the European market, starting with the French market. The step is being taken in cooperation with a French company named Neosmos that is managed by Stephane Comte. The parent company of Neosmos is Kuberyzom. Comte, the owner, is a graduate of the Technion who served in the IDF for a number of years.  

XM Cyber is also trying to enter the DACH market, namely Germany, Austria and Switzerland, via cooperation with icosvad.de. "XM Cyber brings a new approach that uses the attacker perspective to find and remediate critical attack paths toward organizations' crown jewels across on-premises and multi-cloud networks," explained Erez Jacobson, Channels Sales Director, EMEA & APAC, at the company.  

"We are a fast-growing business and need to scale through our partners ecosystem. The agreement with ICOS is an exciting development to consolidate our footprint in the DACH market."

You might be interested also