The corporate landscape is changing constantly as newer technologies enter various verticals to usher in growth. The cyber terrain too is morphing and expanding with these changes which are resulting in the constant escalation of security issues for companies. Cybersecurity is complicated and Herjavec Group, with its 16 years of experience, is here to help.
The company was started in 2003 by three people and worked as a vendor of Check Point firewalls for some of Canada’s most complex networks initially. By 2007, the company was clocking $16 million in sales revenue. This achievement was recognized by Branham 300, CDN Top 100 and, profit 100. And in 2012, Herjavec Group hit the $120 million mark, thus, earning the tag of one of the fastest growing technology businesses.
The Herjavec Group is one of the fastest growing tech companies based out of Canada and is widely recognized in the cybersecurity space for its expertise in providing Managed Security Services and Professional Services. Enterprises all over the world look to Herjavec for a trusted partner when it comes to cybersecurity.
A trusted partner in cybersecurity
The threat landscape is continuously evolving with the changing times. Enterprises too are quickly onboarding new technologies to keep pace. In such situations as they scale and transform, their cybersecurity teams need to keep up and have a wide angle view of how to protect the technological advancements. Herjavec has proved to be a trusted guide in such scenarios for many of its clients.
Through their comprehensive suite of security solutions, Herjavec group provides the help that a company needs as they scale, undertake acquisitions, mergers and enter new markets all the while meeting the compliance requirements.
A strong proponent of social responsibility
At Herjavec Group the feelings of giving back to make a difference in the local communities run deep. The Group supports multiple missions that concentrate on education, environment and, critical human needs.
One of the causes that the company supports is called PLAY. PLAY is a project that aims to lend a hand to kids with autism by helping them improve their social and functional development. PLAY has shown that teaching these kids basic skills in basketball and soccer can help them get involved in a normal school environment instead of having them sit on sidelines. This is done by teaching the kids simple movements of shooting, and passing. Herjavec’s role in PLAY has been pivotal as they part-take in the organization directly by being on the board of directors and volunteer extensively to help out apart from making a crucial financial contribution.
“Information Security is what we do. But we all can do more.”
The company has come very far since its humble beginnings as a firewall vendor. With an unbiased focus on cybersecurity, the company offers a comprehensive suite of security services that include SOC operations, threat detection, security technology engineering, advisory services, identity services, technology implementation, and incident response. The group has offices located across the U.S, U.K, and Canada. The company has thrived and scaled in a big way in the 16 years of its existence, but it seems like it has barely scratched the surface in regards to what it is potentially capable of. We at CIO Bulletin are excited to see where the Herjavec Group is headed as the future beckons!
A Cybersecurity Shark
Robert Herjavec, Founder and CEO of Herjavec Group
He is one of the most recognized faces in the USA owing to his stellar presence in the Emmy-Award winning TV show Shark Tank. Born in erstwhile Yugoslavia, his story is nothing short of inspirational. He has possibly done it all, from delivering newspapers, waiting tables, to founding a company from his basement and becoming a widely recognized TV personality. His reputation as an entrepreneur precedes itself.
He has built and sold several IT companies to major players like AT&T. He found the Herjavec Group in 2003. The company has gone on to become a global leader in information security. He has been a Cybersecurity Advisor for the Government of Canada. He has also been part of the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and is an active member of the US Chamber of Commerce task force for Cybersecurity.
Mr. Herjavec is also a passionate racer and participates as Ferrari #007 for the Herjavec Group Racing in the Ferrari Challenge North America. In 2011, he took home the Rookie of The Year award.
“We will support your organization in developing a cybersecurity roadmap that ensures compliance readiness, proactive security controls, consistent testing, and continuous improvement.”
“We offer a hands-on, flexible approach, tailored to meet your organization’s uniqueness and requirements.”
“We are highly certified across vendor and cybersecurity-specific certifications & accreditations.”
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