CSIS security group is working towards its goal of becoming Europe’s preferred provider of tech-enabled cybersecurity services.
This strategy is being fulfilled by creating a group of renowned companies that provide high-end services to meet the needs of organisations facing an increasingly complex cyber threat landscape.
Founded in 2003, CSIS has built a reputation for innovation, technical capabilities, and an ability to address complex cyber challenges.
Based in Denmark, the company supports brands in multiple industries throughout the Nordics, UK, and the US.
Its proprietary technology, scalable services, actionable threat intelligence, and a team of security professionals are central to the company’s positioning.
CSIS strengthens Allurity’s coverage in Northern Europe and furthers its ambition of becoming Europe’s preferred cybersecurity provider. This strategy is being fulfilled by creating a group of renowned companies that provide high-end services to meet the needs of organisations facing an increasingly complex cyber threat landscape.
“Cyber crime is global. Criminal infrastructure is global. All too often, businesses are exposed to malicious networks without even realising it.
Malicious network traffic to and from an organisation’s infrastructure can affect your business negatively in several ways, including loss of data, productivity and revenue. Effective mitigation starts with a proactive approach to cyber security,” says CSIS.
Allurity’s acquisition will strengthen CSIS’s strategy execution across its key lines of business: managed detection and response, cyber threat intelligence, brand protection, emergency response and consultancy services.
With the change of ownership, CSIS becomes part of a decentralised structure, retaining its operational independence, brand, identity, and culture, while leveraging the scale and synergies of the group.
“We are truly excited to join a family that shares the same aspirations and ambitions as us. With Allurity we have found a partner that supports our growth plan and provides us with an increased ability to invest in all aspects of our business, including our people and technology. Through their flexible ecosystem and our new sister companies, we will be able to reach more customers and expand our services into new markets,” says Daniel Shepherd, CEO, CSIS.
“I am delighted to welcome CSIS to our growing group, consisting of best-in-class cybersecurity service providers in Europe. CSIS is an important player in Northern Europe with a great reputation and fantastic growth potential. CSIS brings unique expertise, a scalable tech platform and high ambitions and we are committed to supporting them to reach their full potential. Together we have the common goal of fighting cybercrime and making the world a better place,” says Frida Westerberg, CEO, Allurity.