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18-07-2019

Want to join Zacco’s excellent team of Attorneys-at-law specialized in IP?

Everything that has to do with an innovation or an innovation process can become an innovation asset. Patents, copyrights, licenses, trade secrets, knowhow and production processes are all examples of innovation assets that can add value to your business.

Copenhagen— April 24, 2019 – Today, Zacco, one of Europe’s largest Intellectual Property firms has acquired Lakhshya Cybersecurity Labs – a highly specialised cybersecurity research and consulting services company based in India. The acquisition is an important step for Zacco in establishing a global Cybersecurity Centre in India.

“In the digitalized world, cybercrime and digital threats are unfortunately an increasing challenge for many organizations and individuals. Data, algorithms and all types of digital technology are today significant Intellectual Property and Strategic Assets. India is today a world-leading hub for advanced digital technology. Lakhshya is adding unique expertise to our current R&D Centre in Bangalore and we are very glad to welcome Pradeep Menon and his team to Zacco.” Mats Boström – CEO, Zacco Group.

Over the past 2 years, Lakhshya has built considerable experience in niche areas of cybersecurity such as malware analysis, cyber breach investigation, red teaming and Devsecops. Premchand Kurup, CEO of Paramount Computer Systems and one of the founders of Lakhshya Labs says, “This combination will be able to add significant expertise and value to Zacco and enable the combined entity to address clients’ Digital Asset Protection in a holistic manner.”


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