SageNet Buys Turnberry’s Cybersecurity Division; Daryl Woodard Comments

cyberwarfareSageNet has purchased Turnberry Solutions’ cybersecurity division in an effort to grow in the payment card industry compliance and advanced threat protection services markets.

SageNet said Sept. 1 that Paul Truitt, head of the cybersecurity practice at Turnberry, will serve as SageNet’s vice president of cybersecurity services.

The Certified Information Systems Security Professional has held senior leadership positions at consulting companies such as SMART, Andersen and Deloitte.

“Security is top of mind for all of our clients and there is ever-increasing demand for in-depth and managed security services, ” said Daryl Woodard, CEO of SageNet.

Both companies also formed a strategic alliance in which Turnberry will provide IT staffing services to SageNet and SageNet will act as preferred supplier of security intelligence, assessments, cloud security, risk management and other cybersecurity services to Turnberry.

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