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Kudelski Security announces expansion in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Kudelski Security’s expanded team in Zurich will provide German-speaking support in closer proximity to clients in the region, placing the company in a stronger position to grow its customer base at the same time. 


Devdiscourse News Desk 12 Jun 2018, 12:49 PM Austria,Germany,Switzerland
  • Kudelski Security, an innovative, independent provider of tailored cyber security solutions has announced the expansion of its Swiss-German team and a new Zurich office to meet increasing demand for cybersecurity services. (Image Credit: Wikipedia)

Kudelski Security, an innovative, independent provider of tailored cyber security solutions has announced the expansion of its Swiss-German team and a new Zurich office to meet increasing demand for cybersecurity services and solutions on the German, Austrian and Swiss markets. 

Kudelski Security’s expanded team in Zurich will provide German-speaking support in closer proximity to clients in the region, placing the company in a stronger position to grow its customer base at the same time. The expanded staff includes experienced professionals in security consulting, engineering, sales and marketing.

“With GDPR now in effect, and the ever-increasing sophistication of threats organizations of all sizes face, CEOs, CIOs and CISOs are demanding the proven capabilities we are delivering. A growing number of companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are entrusting us with their evolving cybersecurity needs – from advisory and R&D, to managed security and advanced cybersecurity technology," said Philippe Borloz, vice president, EMEA sales, Kudelski Security.

"The addition of experienced cybersecurity engineers, incident response experts, security consultants, sales and marketing staff in Zurich is a key milestone in the development of our activities on the German, Austrian and Swiss markets will help accelerate our growth," he further added.

While disruptive technologies have the potential to significantly change our lives but these technologies such as the Internet, wireless networks, smart devices, including smartphones, televisions and the various tiny devices that constitute the Internet of Things (IoT) need to be implemented securely to avoid cyber risks. Cyberattacks are now the global risk of highest concern to business leaders in advanced economies.

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