• Coalfire Ranks 15th on Consulting Magazine’s List of the Fastest Growing Firms

    Westminster, Colo. – Nov. 16, 2015 – Coalfire Systems today announced it was named to Consulting Magazine’s list of the fastest growing consulting firms in United States. It was the only Colorado-based company on the list.

    Selection criteria for the Fastest Growing Firms is based solely upon percentage of increased revenue from 2011-2014. With Coalfire’s growth rate at nearly 188 percent, the company ranked No. 15 on the list of 50 companies.

    “Coalfire is proud to be one of Consulting Magazine’s fastest growing firms,” said Coalfire CEO Larry Jones. “This listing validates our recent successes and current position as one of the fastest growing cybersecurity companies.  This growth is driven by how seriously organizations are now taking cybersecurity and our ongoing focus on the successes of our clients, partners and employees.  We look forward to continued rapid growth in 2016 and beyond”

    Coalfire ensures its clients are able to manage risk by providing advisory, assessment, audit and technical services that allow organizations to identify and mitigate cybersecurity threats.  These services are increasingly vital to all organizations who do business across the public and private sectors – both domestically and internationally – and those who need to meet a myriad of compliance and regulatory requirements while protecting critical business data.

    About Coalfire
    Coalfire is the global technology leader in cyber risk management and compliance services for enterprises and government organizations. Coalfire’s professionals are renowned for their technical expertise and unbiased assessments and recommendations. Coalfire’s approach builds on successful, long-term relationships with clients to achieve multiple compliance objectives tied to a long-term strategy to prevent security breaches and data theft.

    Suzanne Dawe
    Senior Marketing Communications Manager
    303.553.6333 x7007

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