The division has recently signed numerous agreements including three with companies in the automotive, insurance and property sectors.
The first is a cyber transformation project with a global pioneer in connected vehicle data. Crossword Cybersecurity will assist the company in implementing a globally recognised cybersecurity standard.
The second contract is with a Lloyd’s of London broker that needs outside assistance in putting in a number security measures, while the third is with a property investment firm that has taken Crossword’s Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO).
"We are delighted that Crossword Consulting is making such headway, especially in terms of breaking ground into new sectors and with large corporations,” Stuart Jubb, the managing director of Crossword Consulting said in a statement.
“This reflects the high regard in which our consultants are held, in what is an extremely competitive market. It is a pleasure to announce our second vCISO client and note that there are multiple vCISO opportunities in our pipeline. We believe that by using our vCISO service, clients are able to have peace of mind that they are taking the right measures to protect themselves from cybersecurity attacks whilst achieving excellent value for money,” he added.