London's home-grown commercial bank has snapped up a local cybersecurity business.
Publishing date:Nov 26, 2020 - - 2 minute read
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VersaBank, formerly Pacific and Western Bank of Canada, has bought Digital Boundary Group, a business that helps businesses protect their online presence from hackers.
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"It is important we bolster our cybersecurity. We always have to be on guard," said VersaBank chief executive David Taylor.
"Digital Boundary Group has a reputation across North America and further. They are a very important cybersecurity firm and its knowledge is really good to have."
VersaBank owns Washington-based DRT Cyber. Digital Boundary will work with the U.S. firm to offer security services, Taylor said.
"They are very complementary businesses. They will keep digital assets super safe."
While Digital Boundary Group identifies and assesses the security needs a business may have, DRT Cyber offers software solutions to address t...[ Click here for full document ]