Arctic Wolf signs Red Bull Racing Honda Global Partnership

Arctic Wolf partners with leading Formula 1 team to enhance world-class security operations at the racetrack and beyond.

Arctic Wolf®, a leader in security operations, has formed a new global partnership with multi-time Formula 1 world champions Red Bull Racing Honda today. Arctic Wolf becomes the official cybersecurity partner for Red Bull Racing Honda and will implement its category-defining cybersecurity operations solutions across the team’s existing technology and security infrastructure.

With a complex array of technology needed to both protect and optimize Red Bull Racing Honda’s range of high-performance capabilities, the Red Bull Racing Honda team will benefit from Arctic Wolf’s technology and expertise to safeguard its mission-critical data and operations. By integrating its existing infrastructure with the Arctic Wolf® Platform, Red Bull Racing Honda will further enhance its competitive edge with the knowledge that its cloud, network, and endpoint activity is safely monitored 24x7, reducing potential exposure to cyber threats at the factory, wind tunnel, the track and everywhere in between.

“Red Bull Racing Honda has a well-earned reputation for pushing the envelope when it comes to technical innovation, so it is of the utmost importance that our competitive advantage is secured from any potential risk,” said Christian Horner, CEO and team principal, Red Bull Racing Honda. “Our partnership with Arctic Wolf will further enhance our team’s world-class cybersecurity operations that are required to help design and test the car, win races, achieve world championship titles, and keep our data safe.”

“Few businesses are as high-octane as Red Bull Racing Honda, and the racing team personifies the excitement and velocity of its global powerhouse brand,” said Dan Larson, chief marketing officer, Arctic Wolf. “Formula 1 racing is an amazingly complex operation, much like cybersecurity, and every element of the operation needs to be fine-tuned and integrated for peak performance. We are confident that Arctic Wolf and our operational approach to cybersecurity will help Red Bull Racing Honda end cyber risk.”

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