Corsica Technologies acquires EDTS Cyber

IT solution platform Corsica Technologies has acquired EDTS Cyber, a cybersecurity software developer, its sister company EDTS, which offers IT services.

This deal will enable Corsica Technologies to offer 24x7x365 security monitoring, threat prevention, assessments, incident response and consulting services. The Maryland-based company would also increase their footprint to seven locations in the Southeast of the US.

Both companies are expecting to further the development of their services, enhancing its talent base, and provide resources needed to meet changing customer demands.

Corsica Technologies builds a range of IT solutions for small, medium and large-sized businesses in the US. The company provides backups management and system maintenance solutions which can help a business monitor antivirus software, view status and availability of services and management of network devices, among others.

The EDTS Cyber solution gives enterprises the necessary tools to protect their operations from threats, vulnerabilities, intrusions and compliance burdens. Some of the solutions include managed security services, incident response and remediation, security assessments and audits, security awareness training and data backup and recovery.

Its technology supports compliance assessments for PCI DSS, HIPAA, CJIS, network penetration and risk.

Corsica CEO Dale Walls said, “I want our clients to have a high degree of confidence that their experiences with Corsica, EDTS and EDTS Cyber will continue to get better and better. For us to continue to grow, we cannot do that without our valued clients. We feel strongly that ‘good is the enemy of great’ and we want to have an intense focus on looking for ways to improve our processes to support the high-quality support our customers expect.”

Following the close of the acquisition, Dale Walls will remain as the CEO of both companies, while former EDTS Cyber founder and CEO Charles Johnson will serve as president of the cybersecurity division.

Last year, Corsica Technologies was acquired by the private equity group Inverness Graham.

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