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Sophos: “Cybersecurity is too complex for a company to manage alone”


Kris Hagerman, CEO of the British publisher bought by Thoma Bravo, details his shift towards services to support disoriented companies.

It is one of the best-known names in the IT security industry.

It must be said that at 37 years old, the British company Sophos is almost a veteran in a cybersecurity market which today has some 3,000 solution publishers.

Acquired by the American private equity firm Thoma Bravo just before the Covid-19 pandemic, Sophos initiated a strategic pivot three years ago to adapt to profound market upheavals.

The unprecedented acceleration of business digitization and the explosion of remote working have been accompanied by an increase in the number of computer attacks and their sophistication.

Having become very organized and specialized, criminal groups are now specialized, who in access to networks, who in penetrating information systems, who in the supply of malicious software on subscription

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Source: lefigaro

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