Strong Growth in the Cyber Security Company Omada(PresseBox) ( Darmstadt, )
Ambitious investments in technology, human resources, and markets
Once again, Omada boasts solid results for 2016. While making large investments in both employees and new markets, Omada managed to secure strong double-digit revenue growth.
In 2016, Omada expanded its current presence in the US, Germany, and the Nordic region and opened new offices in England, Belgium and Poland.
The cyber security business continued to grow into 2017 at record speed, and the great momentum is expected to continue for the rest of the year and into the future at a rate presently exceeding 50%.
Forthcoming EU regulation puts Omada technology in high demand
Omada's cyber security technology solves essential challenges that are related to access control. It is a challenge facing all companies, especially in light of the new EU regulation addressing personal data, which comes into effect in May 2018. The regulation imposes heavy fines on companies in the event of data leaks if caused by their failure to control who has access to privacy data across all systems of the company.
”The new EU rules imply that large numbers of businesses from all industries request our solution. Our order intake has therefore been excessively high in 2016”, says Morten Boel Sigurdsson. He emphasizes that the increased demand is not due entirely to the EU regulation: He explains: ”Companies have stepped up efforts to control who has access to the business critical IP and privacy data, because it is vital to safeguard the most valuable business assets such as systems and data”, says Morten Boel Sigurdsson and he continues: ”We can tell that they have intensified their efforts even more in 2017 because demand for our product has continued to increase.”
Quick implementation of acknowledged technology creates value for our clients
Since the beginning, Omada has had a continued focus on helping clients protect data, knowledge and systems against data breaches, and theft by preventing hacking or the possibility that previous or existing employees are the cause of data leaks – whether intentional or accidental. Omada helps companies with the control of access to systems, so that only the right persons gain access to the right data.
”We have invested millions in the development of a unique technology. But it is equally important that we have developed a structured method for implementation. We ensure that our clients can start using our solution quickly and efficiently so they can document that they live up to their responsibilities of handling personal data responsibly. It also means they avoid fines and a tarnished reputation”, says Morten Boel Sigurdsson.
Omada’s technology is a so-called identity and access management (IAM) solution, which is acknowledged as one of the leading technologies in the world by the leading analysts Gartner Group, as shown from their latest Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance and Administration report. The solution manages and automates the allocation of access rights across all of a company’s IT systems, regardless whether they are placed on the company’s servers or in cloud systems.
”We have worked hard to develop the best product in the world, and we have sold it to a long line of leading companies, such as BMW, Bayer, Philip Morris, A.P. Pension, and Danfoss”, Morten Boel Sigurdsson says, concluding: ”Our potential is big, and we are well on our way to becoming the world’s leading supplier of identity and access management solutions. We intend to exploit our potential to the full, and we set out to become the world-leading cyber security company.”