From: Sara Castellanos
Boston Business Journal
Co3 Systems, a Cambridge cybersecurity firm specializing in incident management software, announced Tuesday it is re-branding to Resilient Systems.
The name change came about because the company wanted to “better reflect its mission” to empower organizations to thrive in the face of cyber attacks, according to a release.
John Bruce, CEO of Resilient Systems, said in a statement that the company has generated interest among business customers wanting to protect their software and online infrastructure from cyber attacks.
“As we began working with some of the most respected organizations around the globe, it became clear that they didn’t just want to respond to cyber threats; they wanted to become more resilient in the face of them. It was an obvious choice to change our name to Resilient Systems to better reflect what we do for our customers,” Bruce said in his statement. “Most companies have come to grips with the fact that they’ll suffer a data breach or crisis at some point. That stark reality has driven tremendous interest in our Incident Response Platform from organizations that want to better prepare for and manage these events.”
Resilient Systems last month announced appointment of security and privacy expert Bruce Schneier as chief technology officer.
Schneier was most recently chief security technology officer at British telecommunications services company BT Group, where he spent seven years. He was also previously CTO of California-based BT Counterpane, formerly Counterpane Internet Security.
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