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FT1000: Cybersprint listed as Europe's fastest-growing cybersecurity company

by Cybersprint News 4 Mar 2021

We’re delighted to share that the Financial Times has listed Cybersprint as Europe's fastest-growing cybersecurity company of 2021.

The Financial Times has published their fifth annual list of the 1000 fastest-growing companies in Europe, a study conducted together with research company Statista. European companies with an annual growth rate of at least 35.5% between 2016 and 2019 are eligible for the list.

With an absolute growth rate of 1210%, Cybersprint reached the highest ranking cybersecurity company. Click here for the complete list. The full report featuring case studies and analysis from this year's ranking will be available on 22 March. 


Understanding your attack surface

Richard Betts, who heads up Cybersprint's Financial Services Business, says: "We are very proud of our position in the list, and  excited to continue our record growth with a focus on the International and Financial Services Markets. Organisations need to know what digital assets they have, where they are, and what they can do to be better positioned to defend their organisation from attacks." 

Accelerated digital transformations due to Covid have left many organisations struggling to understand the actual risks their expanded attack surface present to the business.

"Cybersprint solves that problem by discovering and monitoring an attack surface with zero-scope," Richard says. "We need nothing more than a brand name, and it takes us minutes to uncover the risks that are visible to the bad guys."


Digital Risk Monitoring for Financial services

Cybersprint's solution helps organisations, including financial services, gain control over their attack surface with automatic asset discovery and and continuous risk assessment. This provides organisations with the insights needed to understand what parts of their digital footprint are visible from the outside.

Our Digital Footprint platform maps the digital assets related to the brand name, and categorises them based on any detected vulnerabilities, software misconfigurations, potential brand abuse, and much more. This helps IT teams to prioritise, monitor, and mitigate risks on their attack surface.


Would you like to see your organisation’s attack surface? And gain direct insights on how to tackle cybersecurity challenges at your organisation? Get in touch with our VP International Financial Services at


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