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High-Tech Bridge expands on Ethical Hacking market and invests in R&D
Geneva, Switzerland (ots) - High-Tech Bridge SA, leading Swiss Ethical Hacking company based in Geneva, increases equity capital to CHF 2m and announces expansion on Swiss and International IT Security markets. Acquisitions are planned during the next 3 years, as well as CHF 1m investment in High-Tech Bridge's Security Research lab.
Mr. Ilia Kolochenko, High-Tech Bridge's CEO, explains corporate strategy: "In 2010 we have successfully continued our dynamic growth. The goal for 2011 is a 40% turnover increase. The business model of Information Security by Ethical Hacking that we use is becoming more and more demanded on the market. We are planning a number of acquisitions and partial buyouts in Switzerland and abroad during the next 3 years to increase our market share. We are also investing CHF 1m into our proprietary Security Research lab to have unique, in-house technological knowledge base. High-Tech Bridge's capital remains entirely Swiss to assure our independence and the highest level of confidentiality of our customer's data, guaranteed by the Swiss law as well as our corporate ISO 27001 certification."
Mr. Frederic Bourla, Head of Ethical Hacking Department at High-Tech Bridge, says "For us 2010 was a year of significant technical development. We have doubled our Security Research lab staff who develop innovative attacking techniques and defense methodologies which are available to our clients. Today the most demanded services of High-Tech Bridge are different types of manual penetration tests and computer forensics, that are based on our exclusive know-how. As a social responsibility we also publish some non-profit security advisories for various software vendors. High-Tech Bridge is a totally vendor and product independent company: we do not have any reselling partnerships to be absolutely neutral and objective in our core business, as a real security auditor should be."