U.S. cybersecurity services firm expands scope of service offerings
Scottsdale, Ariz., Nov. 04, 2021 – Cerberus Cyber Sentinel Corporation (OTC: CISO), a cybersecurity and compliance firm based in Scottsdale, Ariz., announced that it has acquired Atlantic Technology Systems, Inc., a New Jersey-based managed services provider.
Under the terms of the agreement, Atlantic will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Cerberus Sentinel and will continue to provide integrated risk managed services to a broad array of U.S. customers.
“Atlantic has built a very successful niche in the financial markets,” said David Jemmett, CEO and founder of Cerberus Sentinel. “The company brings over 30 years of experience delivering regulated IT management, monitoring and security to the financial services industry. Atlantic will further enhance our differentiation in the marketplace and continue expanding our expertise and offerings in the cybersecurity field.”
“By integrating our solutions with the Cerberus Sentinel culture, together we can bring a higher level of support and security services to our customers than was previously available,” said James Montagne, president and CEO of Atlantic Technology Systems. “Without question, in today’s environment cybersecurity truly needs to be a culture and not just a product. This is the Cerberus hallmark and our joint commitment to the industry.”
Atlantic will continue to be based in New Jersey.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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Cerberus Sentinel is an industry leader in Managed Cybersecurity and Compliance (MCCP) services with its exclusive MCCP+ managed compliance and cybersecurity services plus culture program. The company is rapidly expanding by acquiring world-class cybersecurity, secured managed services, and compliance companies with top-tier talent that utilize the latest technology to create innovative solutions to protect the most demanding businesses and government organizations against continuing and emerging security threats and compliance obligations.
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