Dtex Systems Establishes Office in The Hague
Cybersecurity cluster chosen for strategic expansion
Silicon Valley-headquartered cybersecurity company Dtex Systems has opened at The Hague Security Delta (HSD) in the Netherlands. HSD is the leading security cluster in Europe, where businesses, governments and knowledge institutions work together on innovations and knowledge in the field of cybersecurity, national and urban security, protection of critical infrastructure, and forensics. Dtex’s new office in The Hague will serve as a sales and support office, expanding its activities throughout Europe.
Secure Digital Gateway to Europe
The Hague, known as the international city of peace, justice and security, was a conscious choice for Dtex’s expansion.
“In building a plan to develop the Dtex business in Benelux we looked at the markets that would have the highest needs for insider threat detection,” said Olav van Haren, Sales Director at Dtex Systems. “We are also eager to work with partners and The Hague Security Delta is the perfect platform to work with governments, knowledge institutions and enterprises to build a solid foundation for the Dtex operations in the Netherlands and beyond.”
“Dtex is a perfect match for our cluster,” said Joris den Bruinen, Deputy Director of HSD, when signing a partnership agreement with Christy Wyatt, CEO of Dtex Systems.
Leading the fight against data breaches
Dtex systems develops unique software to prevent both internal and external digital threats. The software focuses on individual IT system users who are often overlooked when implementing cybersecurity measures. The company safeguards against growing digital threats from employees working remotely and using mobile devices to access sensitive business information.
“We are proud to add Dtex Systems to the renowned list of cyber security companies that have chosen West Holland, and specifically The Hague, to set up business,” said Chris van Voorden, Head of Foreign Investment at InnovationQuarter. “This U.S. company will make a strong contribution to our innovative ecosystem.”
Source: Innovation Quarter27 March 2017