Under the lead management of Dr. Tobias Fenck and Markus Beyer, GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB advised SITS Germany Holding GmbH, a subsidiary of Swiss IT Security AG, on the acquisition of ADDAG GmbH (formerly ADDAG GmbH & Co. KG).
The acquisition of ADDAG, an IT security specialist based in Aachen, is already the 17th acquisition for the Swiss IT Security Group since its foundation in 2017. Since then, the GÖRG team led by Dr. Tobias Fenck has been providing advice to the Swiss group of companies in Germany.
Advisors SITS Germany Holding GmbH
GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB
Dr. Tobias Fenck, Partner, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt (Lead management)
Dr. Lars Nevian, Partner, Labour and Employment Law, Frankfurt
Dr. Adalbert Rödding, Partner, Tax, Cologne
Dr. Holger Dann, Counsel, Tax, Cologne
Markus Beyer, Associated Partner, Coprorate/M&A, Frankfurt
Robert Schindler, Associated Partner, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt
Malik Djouah, Associated Partner, Real Estate Law, Cologne
Tim Ulmers, Associate, IP/IT, Frankfurt
About Swiss IT Security Group
Founded in 2017 and headquartered in Wettingen, Swiss IT Security Group AG, the parent company of SITS Germany Holding GmbH, is a leading group of companies in Europe. Consisting of top-class IT security providers, it combines experience and expertise, resources and services. Its goal is to detect and effectively ward off threats and attacks of all kinds. With the help of leading IT security solutions and technologies, they offer customers comprehensive IT security from a single source. This includes customised strategies, architectures and processes, well-founded sensitisation of employees to IT security risks and far-reaching service packages.
About ADDAG GmbH & Co. KG
ADDAG is Dr. Ralf Schadowski, IT security expert ISO 17024 certified and supervised data protection officer, with a team of around 15 in a nationwide expert network of 80 other data protection officers. The company currently has more than 80 mandates nationwide and serves around 20,000 people at 64 locations, including in North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria.