Tesorion and Compumatica join forces
LEUSDEN / UDEN (NETHERLANDS) – Dutch cybersecurity specialists, Tesorion and Compumatica, are joining forces to make the Netherlands digitally more secure. By joing forces the two 100% Dutch companies create a strong party that makes an important contribution to protecting its customers against cyber threats.
Compumatica will continue to operate independently and under its own name from Uden and Würselen (Germany). The company has developed a comprehensive product portfolio of high-quality security solutions and has a reputation in the market for its expertise in the field of cryptography. It is therefore a perfect addition to Tesorion’s cybersecurity portfolio. Among other things Tesorion provides managed cybersecurity solutions, security consultancy, a high-quality 24/7 Security Operating Center and its own Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).
As Martijn Hakstege, CEO of Tesorion, explains, “I’m proud of the fact that Tesorion and Compumatica are going to join forces. Both companies have plenty of similarities, such as their Dutch origins and a strong technological background. Our markets also link up together nicely. To us, joining forces is a logical step because it will enable us to continue working to achieve a bright and secure future for our customers.”
“The market needs relevant providers of all-round solutions that can provide a complete and managed security portfolio and our partnership will fulfil this need.”
Petra van Schayik, CEO of Compumatica, adds, “In Tesorion we have found a reliable partner that will enable us to offer our customers a broader range of services. The cooperation also provides an opportunity for us to reinforce our position within the OT domain and keep developing it so that, together, we can continue to build a scalable ecosystem.”
After the merger Compumatica will continue to be a 100% Dutch company thereby creating, together with Tesorion, a group of 160 cybersecurity experts.
Compumatica is a leading Dutch cybersecurity manufacturer with a comprehensive and modern product portfolio of security solutions, developed on the basis of the latest technologies. Its expertise and strengths lie in the field of cryptography, network security and email encryption.
Compumatica’s solutions have been accredited by the Dutch government, the European Union and NATO. The company’s products are suitable for a wide range of settings and are used on a daily basis by governments, multinationals and SMEs to protect them against cyberespionage and cybercrime.
Compumatica has branches in Uden (head office), Würselen (Germany) and the HSD (The Hague Security Delta). Security is the key focus during product development, along with rapid implementation and integration, straightforward management and end user convenience.
Tesorion is a 100% Dutch company whose primary focus is on cybersecurity and on helping government bodies and businesses combat all kinds of cybercrime and minimise their operational risks. The company’s objective is to make the Netherlands more secure, with a particular focus on Managed Cybersecurity services. It achieves this using, among other things, SOC services, Behaviour & Awareness, Digital Risk Protection and Offensive Security. Tesorion also offers specialist 24/7 support in the event of cyber incidents. When, for example, an organisation is affected by a cybersecurity incident, Tesorion’s digital forensics specialists can offer support on behalf of T-CERT.
Every day more than four million devices are protected on behalf of customers in the healthcare, education, transport and logistics, corporate services, the financial sector and industry. Tesorion enables organisations to focus on their primary tasks and on protecting the continuity of their business operations.
Tesorion is a Dutch cybersecurity expert. Within the Microsoft Active Protections Programme (MAPP), Tesorion is the only partner from continental Europe that has attained the status of Threat Indicator Top Contributor. Tesorion is also an associate partner of the Europol No More Ransom project.
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|Petra van Schayik CEO Compumatica||Martijn Hakstege CEO Tesorion|