Iron Bow Technologies acquires US-based GuardSight to strengthen cybersecurity offerings

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Technology solutions provider, Iron Bow Technologies has acquired US-based cybersecurity operations as a service (SECOPS) and managed detection and response (MDR) company, GuardSight Inc.

Iron Bow’s acquisition of GuardSight will enable the company to broaden its portfolio by merging public-sector cybersecurity engineering expertise with private-sector SECOPS and MDR capabilities. With GuardSight, Iron Bow will be able to provide a more complete cybersecurity offering. This will help government agencies, private enterprises, and organizations to update their cybersecurity architecture. It will also support them as they work towards zero trust with a range of managed services.

“Today, zero trust-based cybersecurity is critical to ensuring companies and organizations meet their missions,” said Rene LaVigne, Iron Bow Technologies President and Chief Executive. “As cyber threats continue to proliferate, the combination of GuardSight and Iron Bow will bring together the best cybersecurity technology, processes, and people from the public and private sectors so our clients can easily evolve their zero trust strategies and always stay a step ahead. From transformative cybersecurity engineering to comprehensive managed services, we’re doubling down on our commitment to provide the strongest cyber defense posture possible. We’re thrilled to welcome GuardSight to the Iron Bow family.”

GuardSight, based in Cedar City, Utah boasts a team of visionary cybersecurity professionals. With backgrounds in the military, government intelligence, and enterprise security they provide advanced proactive protection against sophisticated attacks. Furthermore, with its unified visibility capabilities across endpoints networks and cloud environments, it helps clients stay ahead of any potential threats within the hybrid enterprise landscape.

“We have always been deeply committed to the success and security of our clients,” said John McGloughlin, GuardSight Chief Executive Officer. “By joining forces with Iron Bow, we will be able to serve them even better with more comprehensive zero-trust offerings in additional markets. Iron Bow’s customer-first culture, focus on integrity, and world-class cybersecurity expertise made them a perfect fit. We’re excited to join the team and can’t wait to show our clients what’s next.”

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