Context Information Security is the latest in a string of acquisitions done by Accenture.
Context offers high-end cybersecurity, intelligence-driven red teams, vulnerability research and incident response services.
Accenture has now further strengthened its security portfolio.
Accenture has one of the UK's most recognized and respected service providers, Context Information Security for an undisclosed sum from former parent company Babcock International Group. Founded and headquartered in London, Context has offices in Sydney and Melbourne and is headed up locally by Asia Pacific managing director Kirk Stephen.
Context Information Security is the latest in a string of acquisitions done by Accenture. In January, it acquired Symantec’s cybersecurity services business. With the acquisition of Context, Accenture has added more firepower to its already powerful portfolio that includes déjà vu Security, iDefense, Maglan, Redcore, Arismore, and FusionX.
This acquisition is an excellent match for us, combining a group of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals globally while providing differentiated services to clients in the UK market. The deal signals continued aggressive growth for Accenture Security and gives us a new branch of talented family members to help clients grow their business with confidence and resilience
- Kelly Bissell, Senior Managing Director, Accenture
Context offers, intelligence-driven red teams, vulnerability research and incident response services. It has involved in handling some of the most advanced incident response cases in the industry. Context has a client base spanning multiple industries including financial services, government, aerospace and defense, infrastructure and more.
Acquisition of Context makes it a part of the Accenture's , strengthening its security's existing portfolio.
Context has a remarkable set of cybersecurity skills, capabilities and reputation in the UK as well as in the international financial services industry to complement the growth we have already driven for more than a decade in this market. We are excited to welcome this talented group of professionals that share a common vision of providing world-class cybersecurity to our clients.
- Nick Taylor, UKI lead, Accenture Security
"Accenture’s industry-focused approach across adversary simulation, red teaming, incident response and more, matches Context’s own strategy. Accenture’s family culture is a great fit for Context," said Context Information Security’s chief executive officer, Mark Raeburn.
Context Information Security was founded in London in 1998 and presently has more than 250 employees with offices in Australia, Germany and the United States.