End-to-end IT services firm DXC Technology has been named a leader in the cyber resiliency services according to the most recent Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) report from global analyst firm NelsonHall.
NelsonHall assessed a dozen vendors on their ability to offer immediate and future client requirements, focusing on consulting and strategy formation, incident response and business continuity management, and managed security services. DXC stood out, the company said.
“DXC is positioned as a leader in NelsonHall’s Cyber Resiliency Services NEAT evaluation due to its strong cybersecurity capabilities offered as standalone services or part of an end-to-end IT solution,” said Mike Smart, senior analyst and operations officer at NelsonHall. “As part of this capability, DXC has a deeper knowledge of the client’s business, supporting response to threats and building plans for business continuity.”
NelsonHall noted that DXC has extensive security research capabilities, along with numerous blueprints and playbooks, enabling it to protect client environments quickly and fully. The report referenced DXC’s abilities in cybersecurity, including its 24-hour, seven-day-a-week global network of security operations centers (SOCs) and staff that support the majority of large-scale security contracts.
“Being named a leader in the overall market segment highlights DXC’s strong capabilities to enable organizations to build security into the very fabric of the digital enterprise,” said Mark Hughes, SVP and GM of security for DXC Technology. “DXC is well poised to deliver next-generation digital services with a high degree of automation through a security platform that applies lean processes, deep analytics and intelligent automation to the security information and event management [SIEM] process.”