Network Test Labs (NTL) has rebranded to CyberClan and has expanded its operations to the US market.
In conjunction with this, the RegTech company has appointed Mary Beth Borgwing as its new executive director.
To support its move into the US, the RegTech is opening offices and labs across the US to support small and mid-sized businesses.
The changes come as part of CyberClan’s goal of becoming a global player for cybersecurity services.
CyberClan CEO and president Richard D’Souza said, “When Network Test Labs started, we were unaware of how rapidly the industry would evolve. It is important that we continue to evolve as well – CyberClan is a result of that. We strive to provide our clients with a personal touch. I strongly believe CyberClan will make waves in this industry.”
The company provides businesses with computer emergency incident response, vulnerability and penetration testing, managed security service provision and cybersecurity services consulting. Its vulnerability and penetration testing helps clients to identify potential weaknesses and better understand which systems are working as intended.
Through the managed security service, a user can access threat intelligence, advanced security tools and expertise.
Mary Beth Borgwing has joined the company with 20 years of experience and has been an advisor to companies including cybersecurity investor Bluewater International, employee risk management service Clearforce and managed cloud security solution HyTrust.
Borgwing also founded the Cyberguild and Uniting Women in Cyber professional communities.
At CyberClan, Borgwing will help the company build high-touch, trusted cybersecurity services.
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