Deloitte, a company that provides professional services, has proudly announced that it has acquired cyber threat monitoring solutions provide Root9B, LLC for an undisclosed amount. The deal is said to bolster Deloitte’s Cyber threat detection and response technology with Root9B (R9B)’s award-winning threat hunting and risk assessment solutions.
R9B also offers vulnerability assessment and penetration testing; defense forensics and incident response services that will be used by Deloitte to keep its clients gain a leading edge in integrated security toolsets, cyber defense and greater efficacy in security related operations programs.
Note- Deloitte as a single term means Deloitte & Touche LLP headquartered in London, England.
Meanwhile, another Cybersecurity firm named Gigit has announced that it will go for a formal merger with Peak InfoSec that is into the field of security consulting.
Trade analysts say that the merger will boost the former’s technology on a major note as it will bolster the technology integration of Gigit with its another newly gained company Cyber51 that is into the field of offering vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, and network and web application security. Thus, with the help of newly acquired technologies, Gigit is now eligible to serve the federal community such as US Department of Defense Space and other defense contractors with more endeavors.
BTW- Gigit offers Cybersecurity consultation for businesses and is led by Matthew Titcombe as Chief Security Information Officer (CISO). It is known for offering Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) to clients serving Defense Industrial Base.