Tanium, the company that has redefined security and systems management, today announced that JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) has inducted Tanium into its Hall of Innovation for Tanium’s endpoint security and management platform, which has proven invaluable to the world’s largest organizations as they look to secure themselves against cyber attacks. The JPMorgan Chase Hall of Innovation recognizes select emerging tech companies for their innovation, business value and disruptive nature. The award was presented at J.P. Morgan’s Seventh Annual Technology Innovation Symposium held in Menlo Park, California.
Tanium’s ability to deliver visibility and control over millions of endpoints with unprecedented speed and scale has caught the eye of half of the Fortune 100 and many Fortune 500 financial services companies, enabling its exceptional growth.
“Tanium has enhanced our approach to endpoint security, enabling our security team to execute actions and queries efficiently over hundreds of thousands of endpoints firmwide,” said Rohan Amin, Global Chief Information Security Officer of JPMorgan Chase. “Tanium’s unique architecture and platform approach provide us with the speed, scale and flexibility we require, with the opportunity to expand our use cases and further enhance its value to us over time.”
Tanium President, Co-founder and CTO, Orion Hindawi, said, “We are honored to receive this prestigious award from JPMorgan Chase. We’ve set out on a mission to help our customers, which include global industry leaders such as JPMorgan Chase, solve their most important IT management and security challenges in new and innovative ways. We thank JPMorgan Chase for this acknowledgment of our platform innovation and look forward to continuing our relationship.”
“Our partnership with innovative companies like Tanium is critical to the firm’s ongoing efforts to improve cyber defenses, which is a top priority at JPMorgan Chase,” said Larry Feinsmith, Head of Global Technology Strategy & Partnerships. “We’re excited for Tanium to join the 15 other companies that have been inducted into the JPMorgan Chase Hall of Innovation.”