Sopra Steria recognized in European Cybersecurity Consulting Provider’s midsize providers category in report by Independent Research Firm

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Sopra Steria announced that its cybersecurity consulting services have been included in “Now Tech: European Cybersecurity Consulting Providers, Q1 2021”.

Sopra Steria has been named by Forrester in “Now Tech: European Cybersecurity Consulting Providers, Q1 2021” in the midsize provider category, those with an annual revenue between $70M to $175M in European security consulting services. Sopra Steria was included in the IT outsourcers or SIs functionality segment. 

According to the report, the European security consulting services market is a mature services segment that has been supporting organisations across Europe with their security programs for more than 20 years. 

The Group is recognized as a key stakeholder on its primarily functionality segments, notably financial services, public sector and industry, and has a strong footprint throughout Europe and especially in France and Benelux (43%), Germany, Switzerland and Austria (20%) but also in the UK and Ireland (15%). 

With more than 40 years of expertise in consulting, Sopra Steria is using the changes in the industry to reimagine its delivery models through an integrated approach that covers the entire cybersecurity supply chain. The Group brings its best expertise to clients, including eu-LISA, the EU agency established to provide a long-term solution for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of Freedom, Security and Justice, and also BoostAeroSpace, the digital platform for the European aerospace and defence industry.

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