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by Jim Masters • Sep 16, 2022 Phosphorus Cybersecurity, a provider of advanced and full-scope security for the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT), is partnering with cybersecurity company EverSec Group Inc. as a value-added reseller for Phosphorus in the U.S. market. XIoT is a holistic umbrella term that encompasses all cyber-physical devices connected to the internet.…

by Jim Masters • Sep 16, 2022

Phosphorus Cybersecurity, a provider of advanced and full-scope security for the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT), is partnering with cybersecurity company EverSec Group Inc. as a value-added reseller for Phosphorus in the U.S. market.

XIoT is a holistic umbrella term that encompasses all cyber-physical devices connected to the internet.

Meeting Growing Demand for XIoT Solutions

The two companies will jointly deliver a new generation of XIoT security solutions in the U.S. to meet growing enterprise demand for XIoT attack surface management and remediation capabilities, according to a prepared statement.

Obbe Knoop, Phosphorus chief revenue officer, looked forward to the partnership’s potential impact:

“This exciting collaboration with a proven solution provider will allow us to expand our footprint and deliver cutting-edge XIoT security to more companies across the U.S. EverSec’s proven expertise in the emerging security landscape is of great value to us as we gear up for record growth this year.”

Phosphorus Goes Big on XIoT Technology

Phosphorus stated that it’s Extended Enterprise XIoT Security Platform is capable of delivering xIoT Attack Surface Management, XIoT Hardening and Remediation and XIoT Detection and Response to the full range of IoT, OT and network-connected devices. This coverage spans both new and legacy devices. The platform, Phosphorus notes, enables large organizations to scale XIoT technologies, which often amount to millions of devices per organization, without having to add any additional employees to secure them.

Additionally, MSSP Alert reported in February 2022 that Phosphorus raised $38 million in Series A funding led by SYN Ventures and MassMutual Ventures.

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