Drawbridge Partners, a cybersecurity consulting firm specialising in the needs of hedge fund and private equity managers, has acquired inCyber Security, inCyber Compliance’s consultancy division.
The acquisition gives Drawbridge Partners a portfolio of high-profile and long-term clients as the firm continues its impressive growth and focus on expanding its advisory, product and application portfolio.
Through the acquisition of inCyber’s best-in-class cyber advisory business, Drawbridge reinforces its holistic consultancy and solutions-based offering, providing financial services firms more tailor-made cyber programs, technical assessments, and strategic advice to ensure they have access to the highest degree of protection against internal and external threats.
inCyber Security is the advisory arm of inCyber Compliance, a cyber security and cyber compliance firm that specialises in helping firms protect their reputation, reduce costs, manage risks and comply with increasingly complex industry cyber regulations.
“We searched for a best-in-breed cyber security consultancy and found that in inCyber Security,” says Jason Elmer (pictured), Managing Partner at Drawbridge Partners. “This acquisition will allow us to expand our consultancy practice and provide even more financial services firms strategic guidance on their most difficult security and compliance challenges.”
“It is with pride and confidence that we share this news,” says Erik Kellogg, CEO at inCyber Security. “Drawbridge Partner’s acquisition of our consultancy arm marks a significant next step for us and our client base. We see great opportunity and customer demand for our solutions across the broader market, and we’re excited to capitalise on our growth within the financial services sector as we expand to help other industries make sense of their specific cyber compliance requirements.”
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