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Origin Comms currently has a number of worldwide clients specialising in cybersecurity, a sector that we have been committed to for over 20 years. Most of our clients stay with us for an average of five years, with the majority based in the USA or UK.

Our clients range from start-ups to enterprise organisations, all with varied requirements and budgets to suit. We grow our activity as our clients grow, expanding our services into other regions as required. We provide services on a retainer, as well as accepting individual projects, ensuring that every effort is made to maximise opportunities and spend.

Here are some examples of our clients' press releases

Infosecurity Europe
According to the first in a series of social media polls conducted by Infosecurity Europe 2019, Europe’s number one information security event, 75 per cent of shoppers feel that retailers are not doing enough to reassure them that they are protected online during busy shopping periods.
NTT Security
Responsibility for information security is not falling to any one senior executive function, according to the 2018 Risk:Value report from NTT Security, the specialised security company of NTT Group, which surveyed 1,800 senior decision makers from non-IT functions in global organisations.
Origin Comms
Origin Comms, information security and technology PR specialist, today announced findings from new research into the media consumption trends of IT security professionals. While traditional media such as online websites and magazines will remain popular for media consumption within the IT security community, other sources may be gaining traction among more tech-savvy IT security professionals.
Origin Comms
Origin Comms, information security and technology PR specialist, today announced findings from research into the media consumption trends of IT security professionals. The research highlighted that IT security professionals spend an average of only seven minutes reading an article at any one time yet admitted to spending nearly an hour (58 mins) on average researching a breach when they hear about it.
KnowBe4
KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, today shared it’s Top 10 Global Phishing Email Subject Lines for Q3 2018. The messages in the report, which were compiled from analyzing KnowBe4 user data, are based on simulated phishing tests users received or real-world emails sent to users who then reported them to their IT departments.
KnowBe4
A comprehensive study about cybersecurity from leading research firm ESI ThoughtLab, together with a cross-industry coalition of organisations including Baker McKenzie, CyberCube, HP Inc., KnowBe4, Opus, Protiviti, Security Industry Association, Willis Towers Watson, and WSJ Pro Cybersecurity shows that digital transformation is exposing companies to higher and more costly cyber risks.
Rapid7
Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ: RPD), powering SecOps through its visibility, analytics and automation cloud, today announced it acquired tCell.io, Inc., a leading provider of web application threat defense and monitoring. Through this acquisition, Rapid7 plans to expand its application security capabilities and help its customers better assess, monitor, and protect against application-based attacks.
Centrify
Centrify doubles down on Zero Trust Privilege, names CFO Tim Steinkopf as CEO. Danny Kibel named as CEO of Idaptive to accelerate leadership in Next-Gen Access 

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