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Dublin, 17 September 2018 – Trilogy Technologies Group, one of Ireland’s leading independent ICT Managed Services providers, today announced the acquisition of Zinopy Security, a specialist provider of IT cybersecurity and workspace virtualisation solutions, in a deal that will create a new group with annual revenues in excess of €20 million. Edel Creely, Group Managing Director of Trilogy Technologies, and John Ryan, CEO of Zinopy, at Park West in Dublin announcing Trilogy’s acquisition of IT cybersecurity specialist Zinopy to create a new force in the Irish ICT market. Post the acquisition, Trilogy will employ approximately 100 people and will relocate to a new purpose designed office accommodation (8,500 sq ft) in Park West Dublin to facilitate the expanding business. Trilogy Technologies, a leading provider of managed IT services based in Dublin and London, will deepen its services offerings in the area of Managed Security with the addition of Zinopy Security, providing a range of IT and cyber security solutions including virtualisation and cloud computing; IT security and risk management; mobility; and professional, managed and consulting services. Commenting, Trilogy Technologies co-founder and Group Managing Director, Edel Creely, said: “The acquisition of Zinopy is a transformational deal for Trilogy, positioning us as a fast growing group at the forefront of managed IT and security services in Ireland. We are delighted to join forces with Zinopy, which is one of the most highly regarded specialist IT security brands in the country. “Trilogy is already Ireland’s leading provider of remote IT managed services and together the group is well placed to take advantage of the significant growth opportunities in managed IT services domestically and in the much larger UK market, where we now have new opportunities to build on our existing footprint. “Digital transformation, cyber-attacks and GDPR requirements have created greater awareness among boards of directors to ensure their businesses are adequately prepared and protected and we see strong growth opportunities in these areas for the enlarged group going forward.” Commenting, Zinopy co-founder and Chief Executive, John Ryan, said: “Over recent years, Zinopy has established itself as one of Ireland’s leading IT specialist and cyber security providers experiencing strong growth as the market recognises the need for secure IT solutions in an ever more complex world. “We are extremely proud of the journey we have undertaken since 2010 and believed the time was right to partner with Trilogy to take the company forward to the next step. We look forward to a new chapter that is unfolding with Trilogy, and where our combined capabilities are helping us build a new force in managed IT services in Ireland and the UK.” Zinopy was founded in 2010 by John Ryan and Ger Coakley, following a management buyout of Entropy Ltd. In 2012, Zinopy acquired Maxima Ltd. The company employs 40 people. The acquisition of Zinopy follows the 2014 acquisition by, Trilogy of B2Lateral in central London, which gave the company a presence in the UK market for the first time. Trilogy was supported on the Zinopy deal by Mazar’s Corporate Finance, which provided advice and management of the process. Commenting, John Bowe, Partner, Mazars Corporate Finance, said: “This is a great acquisition for Trilogy whom we believe is strongly positioned to be a consolidator in this market.” About Trilogy Trilogy Technologies Group is one of Ireland’s leading independent IT managed services providers to companies that depend upon secure, reliable and compliant IT infrastructure to underpin the success of their business. It partners with key leaders in industry to provide technology infrastructure and cloud services, managed services and support to satisfy domestic and international requirements. The company was founded by Edel Creely, Arthur Griffin and John Casey in 2009. It employs 60 people. www.trilogytechnologies.comread more
We are pleased to announce that our Information Security Management System (ISMS) has been certified to the ISO27001:2013 standard. The certification covers our infrastructure, data centres, and importantly our services to customers. UNE-ISO/IEC 27001 is a widely-adopted global security standard that sets out requirements and best practices for a systematic approach to managing company and customer information based on periodic risk assessments, appropriate to the changing threat landscape. In order to achieve the certification, a company must show it has a systematic and ongoing approach to managing information security risks that affect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of company and customer information. This certification reinforces Zinopy’s commitment to drive improvements in IT security combining best practice for all components of our services; people, process, and technology. Our objective is to provide transparency in our security controls and practices, in support of our valued customers. ISO27001 is an international security standard and certified organisations are mandated to comply with defined principles and to develop policies to support these principles. Zinopy has demonstrated the following: The systematic evaluation of information security risks, taking into account the impact of threats and vulnerabilities. Design and implementation of a comprehensive suite of information security controls and other forms of risk management to address customer and architecture security risks. An overarching management process to ensure that the information security controls are appropriate to Zinopy and customer needs on an ongoing basis. “As a leading Irish Information Security practice, we recognise the importance of ensuring that our own processes and methods are able to reflect best practice and that they are demonstrable to customers and auditors alike”, said John Ryan, CEO, Zinopy. “Having operated in compliance with IS027001 for many years we felt it important that we achieve certification to the standard to demonstrate our commitment to customers”.read more
L to R: Aidan McEvoy, Sales Director, Zinopy and Lloyd Spendlove, IT Services Manager, LeasePlan Information Services Citrix network solution will boost performance, reliability and security for LeasePlan all while making cost-savings Dublin-based LeasePlan Information Services was responsible for the installation and management of the solution for over 110 branch offices in 32 countries worldwide Offices using new platform provide return on investment within 12-18 months Zinopy, the trusted workspace virtualisation and information security specialists, is announcing the implementation and management of an advanced network solution for LeasePlan Information Services. The solution will boost performance, reliability and security for LeasePlan, all while making cost-savings. LeasePlan is one of the world’s leading Car-as-a-Service companies, with over 1.8 million vehicles under management. Its Dublin-based subsidiary, LeasePlan Information Services, provides a full range of ICT services to over 110 branch offices located in 32 countries across the globe. To match the company’s growth, a challenge for LeasePlan Information Services was maintaining a stable and high-performing network capable of connecting all its locations. With customers placing an increasing importance on rich content and video, a new approach was needed. Zinopy, LeasePlan Information Services’ long-standing strategic partner, encouraged LeasePlan to adopt Citrix’s NetScaler Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) as a solution to this challenge. As Ireland’s leading Citrix Platinum Solution Specialist, Zinopy was uniquely placed to deploy the new network solution across LeasePlan’s branch offices. Within the next 18 months, Zinopy will implement this new solution in all 110 of LeasePlan branch offices. This will cut both maintenance and installation costs for the company. LeasePlan has seen a return on investment within 12-18 months in locations connected via SD-WAN, and expects further cost-savings in these offices compared to the legacy solution. The upgrade has also improved availability and security for LeasePlan. SD-WAN uses multiple circuits, from the public internet to 4G, ensuring that should any network link fail, the remaining paths will guarantee that clients experience zero loss of service. Citrix NetScaler SD-WAN provides an additional layer of security through an in-built firewall and combined with a Secure Web Gateway solution, such as zScaler, provides secure local breakout to the Internet and cloud services. Lloyd Spendlove, IT Services Manager at LeasePlan Information Services, said: “LeasePlan and Zinopy have developed a strong and successful relationship over more than ten years. We were fully confident in Zinopy’s ability to deliver the solution, and have found the upgrade to be a great success. Our team is responsible for ensuring every one of our users has reliable access to the applications they require to work effectively. With SD-WAN, users never have to worry about outages or performance issues”. Aidan McEvoy, Sales Director at Zinopy Limited, said: “As a strategic partner, it makes a huge difference when working with a company as progressive as LeasePlan. The company has proved itself to be a bold early adopter of this technology, and this underlines an aggressive move to the Cloud. We are delighted with the continued growth of LeasePlan, and its forward-looking perspective is an indicator of the strength of the company’s ambition.” [su_button url="http://www.zinopy.ie/casestudies/leaseplan-sd-wan-case-study-2018/" target="blank" style="flat" background="#b43f97" size="12" radius="5"]Read the Case Study[/su_button] [embed]https://youtu.be/4Hq-yryxfS0[/embed]read more
John Ryan, CEO, Zinopy and Aidan McHugh, Head of IBM Security, Ireland at the Zinopy Security Operations Centre in Dublin Purchase of a new building in Dublin 12 with state of the art Security Operations Centre (SOC) and the installation of advanced monitoring and incident response technology New facility will provide Zinopy with a platform for sustained business growth Zinopy, the trusted name in Ireland for Information Security, announces an investment of €1.5M as it unveils its new premises and a new Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Riverview Business Park, Dublin 12. The company announced in early 2017 plans to double its workforce with 50 new jobs over the next two years. The move to bigger offices comes as testament to Zinopy’s rapid growth, catering for its growing workforce and enabling significant expansion of its inSIght managed service offerings to businesses in the Republic of Ireland. As part of the investment and to further validate Zinopy’s commitment to managed security services in Ireland, the company also announces a 3 year software deal within IBM to include QRadar, Watson Cognitive Computing, Vulnerability and Patch Management Software and access to the full range of IBM Security Software portfolio. The €1.5M investment also includes the purchase of a new building and the development and fit-out of the Zinopy offices and SOC. The new SOC boasts first-class threat monitoring, risk assessment and incident response technologies from IBM and a team of highly experienced information security engineers and analysts who provide access to SOC services on a 24 x 7 basis. The team delivers a proactive and integrated approach to security and compliance requirements in the face of today’s sophisticated attacks. The new SOC is the heart of Zinopy’s inSIght Security Intelligence Platform powered by IBM Security Information and Event Management technology (QRadar) and Machine Learning and Cognitive technologies (Watson). The new facility is designed to detect, monitor, assess and respond to potential security threats across the network, applications, web servers and connected devices, as well as better positioning Zinopy’s customers to be GDPR compliant. Speaking about the launch of the SOC, John Ryan, CEO at Zinopy, said: “We have seen strong demand for our cybersecurity managed service offering in the context of a market where this is becoming an increasingly important issue for companies and boards. As a company we have made significant investments in People, Process and Technology, but these investments are now paying dividends and the level of service our Security Operations Centre deliver to our Customers is testament of that.” Of the IBM partnership Ryan commented “As one of Ireland’s leading IBM Security partners we are delighted to use IBM’s best-in-class SIEM and Machine Learning and Cognitive technologies as the cornerstone of our inSIght Security Intelligence Platform. Access to this technology allows us to be flexible and agile to respond to the ever changing threat landscape and deliver an effective solution to our customers to proactively protect against security breaches.” "In utilising IBM’s intelligence driven and integrated security technology platform to respond to cybersecurity incidents with greater accuracy and speed, Zinopy’s new state of the art Security Operations Centre compliments our enterprise security products and services”, said Aidan McHugh, Head of IBM Security, Ireland. "Zinopy is working together with IBM Security in Ireland and their new Centre is helping to deliver the right technology, processes and people proactively supporting customers to stay ahead of the ever evolving cybersecurity threat landscape". [su_button url="http://info.zinopy.ie/managed-security-operations-centre" target="blank" style="flat" background="#b43f97" size="12" radius="5" icon="icon: file-text-o"]Read more about Zinopy's Managed Security Operations Centre[/su_button] [su_button url="http://www.zinopy.ie/contact/" target="blank" style="flat" background="#8cc63f" size="12" radius="5" icon="icon: comment-o"]Contact Us Today[/su_button]read more
John Ryan, CEO, Zinopy. Sunday Business Post - Managed Services Supplement, March 25th, 2018 John Ryan of Zinopy says the advent of GDPR is changing firms’ mindsets - By Quinton O'Reilly The best defence is a proactive approach, and Zinopy has equipped itself with the means to do this. “[Businesses] can’t abdicate their responsibilities; we monitor their environment but they’re responsible for the consequences,” says John Ryan, chief executive of Zinopy. “We use the analogy of the alarm system, the alarm being the technology and the monitoring being us, but then the customer has got to go and change the locks if the keys have been stolen or repair the window or put in extra locks if they’ve been breached.” If there’s one thing that Ryan has noticed, it’s that security has come to the fore for businesses. It’s been a slow process, but the upcoming GDPR regulation is one aspect that is helping change this mindset. “What’s bringing it out to the fore is the regulatory environment, where the regulations are catching up,” he says. “People are now beginning to say, before ‘it was in my own hands, I lived or died by it but now I have regulations that I need to comply with, possibly hefty fines as well’. “The attacks are escalating but also people’s consciousness of them is increasing. If you look at a piece of malware, the mean time it sits somewhere before discovery is about 150 days. It was 250 days, now it is 150, and it keeps dropping. That’s because people are waking up to the issues about attacks.” The sheer rate of change is something that’s apparent in the tech industry as a whole, but especially in cybersecurity. Ryan says that Zinopy's services allow companies who can’t invest in security personnel a significant advantage, as many features are under the one umbrella, instead of being scattered across different services. “Over the years, they’ve also put on increasing complexity in their environment so they put in solutions, typically point solutions to address the threats, started way back in 1994. We were one of the first companies to bring firewalls into the country,” says Ryan.“At that point, people thought having a firewall meant they were safe but we’ve been selling a lot of solutions since then in terms of advanced malware protection, URL filtering, web gateways, IPS, you name it and it’s come in. “On average, customers would have up to 40 point solutions or maybe even more, larger organisations might have up to 80 point solutions, from maybe 30 or 40 different vendors because it was a best-of-breed type situation. Nobody had the entire story so that’s [a] challenge that customers face, how do they manage all this infrastructure and how do they get visibility of it.” With a mixture of monitoring, detection and response methods, Ryan is confident that Zinopy can deal with the threats that emerge. In recent months, it moved into its new Security Operations Centre which will give it more robust capabilities when dealing with problems. Yet the main aim is to ensure problems are detected before damage is done. “We work with preventing solutions, we monitor them, keep them up to date, consume the logs, but a lot of our effort is on the other areas and trying to identify issues as early as possible, explains Ryan. “To thwart them by blocking the chain, knocking off the issues as they arise as opposed to waiting until there’s a big incident.” [su_button url="http://info.zinopy.ie/zinopy-security-intelligence-service" target="blank" style="flat" background="#b43f97" size="12" radius="5" icon="icon: file-text"]Read more about Zinopy's Managed Security Services[/su_button] [su_button url="http://www.zinopy.ie/contact/" target="blank" style="flat" background="#8cc63f" size="12" radius="5" icon="icon: comment"]Contact Us Today[/su_button]read more
As the security landscape becomes ever more complex, the potential financial and reputational cost of a data breach is rising. Check out this video to discover the challenges of today’s threat landscape and how Zinopy’s inSIght security intelligence managed service can ensure your organisation is secured 24/7.
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