Quality assurance and testing services specialist Eurofins Digital Testing has launched a cybersecurity division to serve the media and entertainment industry, as well as Internet of Things providers, and other key markets.
Eurofins has also announced the appointments of Marcel Mangel, Erik Rutkens, and Sean Walls as managing directors of cybersecurity, overseeing a team of nearly 100 security experts around the globe.
The company said that the cybersecurity division had been created to help new and existing customers conduct risk and vulnerability assessments; meet compliance obligations; develop effective security programs; train employees; and test applications and devices for vulnerability via audits and ethical hacking programs.
“Today marks a significant milestone in the evolution of Eurofins Digital Testing and is a critical sign of the times for our customers around the world,” said Johan Craeybeckx, business line director, Eurofins Digital Testing International.
“We view cyber security as a natural extension to our extensive testing solution portfolio to help our customers address their threats and vulnerabilities. As part of this effort, we have assembled an exceptional leadership team comprised of Marcel Mangel, Erik Rutkens, and Sean Walls, who collectively bring decades of proven and diverse cyber security experiences to bear. We share a common vision to protect our clients’ connected systems, data, and services throughout the media and entertainment industry, and other sectors, across Europe and around the globe.”
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