Sekuro, cyber security and digital resiliency solutions provider, recorded 33% organic revenue growth YoY and an almost 100% growth in staff numbers to mark its first anniversary.
What has Sekuro achieved in its first year?
Sekuro has also welcomed new vendors such as Zscaler, Abnormal Security, Noname Security, and CyCognito. Formed one year ago from the merger of four esteemed Australian organisations Solista, CXO Security, Privasec, and Naviro, Sekuro has recorded the following:
33% organic revenue growth YoY
A growth in staff numbers from 96 to 180, including the expansion of the Singapore team.
What does the growth mean for Sekuro?
Noel Allnutt, Managing Director at Sekuro said: “In a tumultuous 12 months for the tech sector globally, Sekuro has bucked the trend to see significant growth whilst retaining our talented team. Bringing four companies together into ‘one Sekuro’ was no mean feat, and I’m proud of the team’s diligence, persistence and hard work over the past 12 months.”
“Due to rapid digitisation brought about by the pandemic and a number of recent high profile breaches, there’s more pressure than ever on cybersecurity teams to protect Australians. We continue to be focused on building resilience into organisations so that they can stop worrying about today’s threats, and start thinking about tomorrow’s opportunities.”
“We are seeing new vendors emerging that tackle very specific areas of the cyber security and digital transformation markets. We want to be agile enough to take advantage of them where it makes sense for the challenges our clients are facing,” concluded Allnutt.