GÖRG advises Swiss IT Security AG on the acquisition of it.sec GmbH

Frankfurt, 13.11.2019

GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB advised Swiss IT Security AG, a platform of Ufenau Capital Partners AG, on the acquisition of it.sec GmbH under the lead management of its Frankfurt partner Dr. Tobias Fenck.

With the acquisition of it.sec GmbH, Swiss IT Security AG has strategically supplemented its investment portfolio with an established partner in the field of cybersecurity Consulting.
 

Advisors Swiss IT Security AG

GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB
Dr. Tobias Fenck, Partner, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt
Dr. Adalbert Rödding, Partner, Tax, Cologne
Dr. Florian Schmitz, Partner, IP/IT, Frankfurt
Dr. Lars Nevian, Partner, Labour Law, Frankfurt
Dr. Holger Dann, Counsel, Tax, Köln
Dr. Said W. Ashrafnia, Associated Partner, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt
Markus Beyer, Associated Partner, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt
Dr. Karl-Georg Küsters, Associate, Tax, Cologne
Philipp Berrsche, Associate, Real Estate, Frankfurt
Taro W. Stenger, Associate, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt


About Swiss IT Security AG

Swiss IT Security AG is a leading corporate group in the DACH region specializing in IT security solutions and technologies. The acquisition of it.sec GmbH is already the 10th acquisition since the foundation of the Swiss IT Security Group in 2017 and thus strengthens growth in a leading market position.

The acquisitions of AlphaBit GmbH, Expertcircle GmbH, Pallas GmbH and GLC-IT GmbH have already been advised by Dr. Tobias Fenck and his team. Since joining GÖRG in September 2018, this is the 3rd acquisition within the Group.


About it.sec GmbH

it.sec GmbH was founded in 1996 and, currently with approx. 20 highly qualified IT specialists, advises well-known companies in almost all industries on questions of information security, data protection and IT compliance. it.sec hacks into online systems and shops, companies, banks or industrial facilities on behalf of its clients, helps with the prevention and clarification of IT-related security incidents ("cybercrime"), and correctly sets up its customers in the field of data protection or requirements for information security Management.

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