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Cerberus Sentinel Rebrands As CISO Global to Reflect Growth

The new name, brand and logo reflect the company's growth since 2019 on three continents.

Edward Gately

December 23, 2022

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Cerberus Sentinel Rebrands As CISO Global to Reflect Growth
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Cerberus Sentinel is changing its name to CISO Global, marking another milestone in the evolution of the company.

The new name, brand and logo reflect the company‘s growth since 2019 on three continents. That includes North America, South America and Europe.

CISO Global leaders said creating a strong parent brand in the marketplace is essential. It also ensures the new identity matches the global enterprise the company is actively becoming.

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CISO’s David Jemmett

David Jemmett is CISO Global’s CEO and founder.

“CISO Global was founded to bring cybersecurity professionals together on a global basis,” he said. “We have assembled a world-class leadership team. And we have successfully brought together 16 organizations globally. It is time for our name to reflect who we are as an organization.”

Numerous Acquisitions

CISO Global has acquired numerous companies, including CyberViking, Creatrix, True Digital Security, Atlantic Technology Systems and more. In addition, it expanded internationally with the acquisition of Arkavia Networks in Chile.

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CISO’s Ashley Devoto

Ashley Devoto is CISO Global’s president and CISO.

“The distributed nature of cybersecurity requires global capabilities to properly address the demands and complexities of today’s business environment,” she said. “We are on a mission to demystify and accelerate our clients’ journey to cyber resilience, empowering organizations to securely grow, operate and innovate. The company’s M&A growth strategy has been one that takes into account the cybersecurity market’s $2 trillion opportunity as well as the cyber talent shortfall. That, combined with growing cybersecurity compliance complexities and requirements … means that businesses are facing mounting pressure often beyond their capacity to manage internally.”

Last January, CISO Global joined the Nasdaq exchange and in June it joined the Russell 2000 Index, a stock market index that tracks the performance of 2,000 small-cap U.S. public companies.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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