Scottsdale, Ariz., June 02, 2022 -- Cerberus Cyber Sentinel Corporation (NASDAQ: CISO), a cybersecurity consulting and managed services firm based in Scottsdale, Ariz., announced that it has completed the acquisition of Creatrix, Inc., a woman-owned cybersecurity and information technology company based in Tennessee and Maryland.
Under the terms of the agreement, Creatrix will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Cerberus Sentinel. The company was co-founded by Anna Fleeman, founder and managing director, and Sami Elhini, co-founder and president. Creatrix is recognized for its expertise in identity management as well as systems integration and software engineering, and it specializes in biometrics, vetting, credentialing, and case management.
"Creatrix is a great fit for us at Cerberus Sentinel, as we both ascribe to creating a culture of cybersecurity for our customers," said David Jemmett, CEO and founder, Cerberus Sentinel. "We welcome co-founders Anna Fleeman and Sami Elhini and their team members, who all will become Cerberus Sentinel stakeholders. This is an innovative organization that collaborates with customers to secure their operations. Their expertise pairs very well with that of our extended Cerberus Sentinel team."
“Creatrix is honored to join Cerberus Sentinel,” said Elhini. “We believe our shared vision creates great and immediate value for our customers and shareholders. Through expanded service delivery capacities and future innovation, we will be better able to address the identity and security challenges of businesses and organizations in a rapidly changing world.”
About Cerberus Sentinel
Cerberus Sentinel is an industry leader in managed cybersecurity and compliance (MCCP) services with its exclusive MCCP+ managed compliance and cybersecurity services plus culture program. The company is rapidly expanding by acquiring world-class cybersecurity, secured managed services, and compliance companies with top-tier talent that utilize the latest technology to create innovative solutions to protect the most demanding businesses and government organizations against continuing and emerging security threats and compliance obligations.
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