Europe and Middle East
Kroll Expands Cyber Risk Offering with Acquisition of Redscan
Kroll, the world’s premier provider of services and digital products related to governance, risk and transparency, today announced that it has acquired Redscan, an award-winning cyber security services provider based in the United Kingdom.
Kroll operates from more than 70 offices in 30 countries and territories around the world. Our more than 1,250 professionals in EMEA work with clients across diverse sectors in the areas of valuation, expert services, investigations, cyber risk, corporate finance, security, restructuring, legal and business solutions, data analytics, due diligence and regulatory compliance. We differentiate ourselves by working seamlessly across regions to fully address client needs. Learn more about our service capabilities.
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Global, end-to-end cyber risk solutions.
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Providing clients with global investigative expertise to help make critical decisions and mitigate risk.
Comprehensive support throughout mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions.
Compliance Risk and Diligence
Complying with anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption regulations.
Security Risk Management
Helping clients anticipate/respond to a myriad of facility, operational and employee security challenges.
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Helping UK businesses recover from the pandemic.
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