GardaWorld’s Crisis24 acquires critical event management company
By Canadian Security StaffNews Crisis24 GardaWorld
Crisis24, a GardaWorld company, announced the acquisition of Atlanta-based Topo.ai, maker of critical event management platform TopoONE.
Topo.ai’s platform provides event analysis, offering security teams information “to protect their organizations by responding quickly to threat intelligence and managing critical events,” according to a company press release.
“Topo.ai and Crisis24 have been partners for many years. In fact, several Topo customers are Crisis24 customers, so the cultural alignment is a natural one,” said Gregoire Pinton, managing director and head of integrated risk management at Crisis24, in a published statement. “Joining forces was the obvious next step, allowing us to offer unique and advanced capabilities in critical event management, combining and amplifying our unique strengths. I strongly believe these united synergies will be of great benefit to our clients.”
Crisis24’s Global Intelligence and Embedded Intelligences Services teams use a variety of technologies to support their clients including Topo.ONE.
“By bringing the timely intelligence capabilities of TopoONE to the team’s already leading arsenal of security operations, we’ll be able to provide an even more robust and tailored solutions approach to clients and the market at large,” said Phil Harris, founder and CEO of Topo.ai.
In the short term, Topo.ai will operate as Topo.ai by Crisis24 and will eventually be combined and folded into Crisis24 and its branding.
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