SECUINFRA was again able to close the year 2021 with considerable increases in turnover. Thus, the cyber defence consulting and service teams repeatedly ensured an expansion of the positive business development last year – despite Corona. “The reasons for this lie primarily in the consistent service quality that we ensured for our customers even during all the uncertainty of the past year – but also in the constant further development of our cyber defence solutions, with which we always have our finger on the pulse of the IT security market,” says Ramon Weil, CEO and Founder of SECUINFRA. The positive growth in the results also ensures a further increase in the number of employees, which will break the 50 mark in the short term. And this growth continues: in the first quarter of 2022 alone, the team will grow by 2 to 3 new employees per month.
Outlook: Further growth planned
The positive result of the last year makes the SECUINFRA management more than optimistic for the year 2022. The SECUINFRA teams perceive a further increase in attention for the topic of cyber defense on all levels. Ransomware is clearly the main threat from the network – a successful attack with the malware can quickly have consequences that threaten the existence of companies. There is still a need to catch up for the sustainable protection of the CRITIS sector. The spread of IoT devices and remote access is also increasing exponentially in this sector. However, a large proportion of these devices were never developed with IT security in mind – and are nevertheless widely used in the management of critical utilities, such as healthcare or power supply.