NetClean Recognized in 2022 Splunk Regional Partner Awards
NetClean named 2022 EMEA Solution Partner of the Year Winner for Outstanding Regional Performance
Gothenburg – June 15, 2022. NetClean announced today it has received the 2022 EMEA Solution Partner of the Year for exceptional performance and commitment to Splunk’s Partnerverse. The award recognizes an EMEA Splunk partner that goes above and beyond in their technical engagement, while also working hand in hand with Splunk to deliver offerings directed at customer success. For more information on Splunk’s Partnerverse, visit the Splunk website.
Anna Borgstrom, CEO, NetClean, said: “We are honored to be recognized by Splunk for our commitment to driving outstanding value to our customers. This award is a direct result of the strong collaboration and trusting relationships we have built with Splunk in a short time. I’m proud of our team, grateful to our partners at Splunk and determined that our work together is going to deliver even greater impact for customers and society in the years to come”.
“Congratulations to NetClean for being named the 2022 EMEA Solution Partner of the Year,” said Bill Hustad, Vice President of Alliances and Channel Ecosystems Splunk. “The 2022 Splunk Global Partner Awards recognize outstanding partners like NetClean that drive positive business outcomes, as well as help our joint customers leverage Splunk to solve their challenges. Additionally, NetClean works in collaboration with Splunk and shares our customer-first mentality.”
The Splunk Global Partner Awards recognize partners of the Splunk ecosystem for industry-leading business practices and dedication to constant collaboration. All award recipients were selected by a group of the Splunk executives, theater leaders and the global partner organization.
NetClean creates technology products that protect businesses, enhance their resilience and reduce real-world harm to children. The IT industry remains profoundly unprotected from the threats posed by child sexual abuse material (CSAM). With large-scale shifts to remote work due to the pandemic, companies are facing amplified risks and cracks in their protections. Statistics show that 1 in 500 employees use company devices to access CSAM and employees with this type of criminal behavior expose their workplace to threats such as cyber-attacks, blackmailing, and the dark web.