It is a significant milestone in Nettitude’s history as it continues to expand its global reach to serve the world’s largest organisations and lead cyber security innovation. After significant growth in both its UK and North American divisions, it is a natural progression to be moving into South East Asian markets. Given Nettitude and Lloyd’s Register’s strengths in professional services for critical infrastructures such as financial services, marine, offshore and other energy-focused industries, Singapore represents an ideal market for continued growth.
“Singapore is rapidly becoming a cyber hub for the region, and the types of services that Nettitude offers are already in high demand. The Cyber Security Agency in Singapore is focusing on professionalising both Penetration Testing services and Security Operations Centres by rolling out a licensing regime. This demonstrates their commitment for Singapore to stand out as one of the more advanced cyber security countries in the world”, said Rowland Johnson, Nettitude CEO.
Nettitude became part of Lloyd’s Register in March 2018 and delivers threat led cyber security services across key LR clients and locations. Nettitude’s services are aimed at sophisticated cyber security buyers that understand risk management. By combining both IT security and OT security, Nettitude and Lloyd’s Register deliver world-class professional services in over 75 countries around the world.