TXOne Networks Expands its Cybersecurity Footprint Throughout Europe

TXOne Networks, a global pioneer in ICS and industrial IoT (IIoT) security, will expand its presence across Europe. The fast-growing cybersecurity firm will expand its channel activities and customer assistance in Europe with the addition of new staff and a new location at the High Tech Campus (HT5) in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

Dr. Terence Liu, CEO at TXOne Networks
“As boundaries between information technology and operational technology (OT) have blurred, it has become difficult for companies to find OT security solutions that ensure the cybersecurity of equipment while supporting the smooth operation of work site equipment,” said Dr. Terence Liu, CEO at TXOne Networks.

Founded in 2019, TXOne Networks is a joint venture between Trend Micro and Moxa. It has a focus on adaptive ICS/IIoT cybersecurity solutions for the OT (Operational Technology) environment. To safeguard its clients’ vital IT infrastructures and industrial settings from cyberthreats, the business pioneered the idea of ‘OT Zero Trust Cybersecurity.’

TXOne Networks is forming a dedicated channel and marketing team for Europe to boost its client services and solutions portfolio even further.

TXOne Networks’ Business Development Director Europe, Christophe Strauven, has added Dimitri Dutron as Channel Director Europe and Kurt Vanderhaegen as Marketing Director Europe to his regional management team. Both come from the Trend Micro Benelux team to TXOne Networks. They will be joined by Dmitri Belotchkine as Technical Director Europe.

“Our European team continues to grow constantly. Within the last month we have hired six new technical and sales experts and the journey goes on,” said Christophe Strauven, Business Development Director at TXOne Networks. “This is another proof of the increasingly important role of the region and the great commitment TXOne is showing to support its customers in the European market.”

‘OT Zero Trust’ Methodology

TXOne Networks recommends using a three-phase strategy to safeguarding operational environments: segmenting networks, scanning incoming and mobile assets with a portable rapid-scan device, and securing endpoints with defensive solutions specific to the endpoint’s nature (legacy or modernized).

“As boundaries between information technology and operational technology (OT) have blurred, it has become difficult for companies to find OT security solutions that ensure the cybersecurity of equipment while supporting the smooth operation of work site equipment,” said Dr. Terence Liu, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at TXOne Networks.TXOne Networks focuses on precisely this critical interface and ensures the reliability and safety of ICS and OT environments through its unique ‘OT Zero Trust’ methodology. I am very pleased that our new European team will support us in our growth. Their experience and expertise are key for existing and future customers and partners, and also to setting up the next stage of our company’s development.”