Transcendent Group strengthens offering in information and cyber security services with new expert recruitments

February 10, 2022

Transcendent Group continues to experience great interest in information security services from both existing and new clients. To meet demand and strengthen its offering, Leif Johnson, Roland Parviainen and Björn Lundén are recruited from the security company 2Secure. Leif, Roland and Björn are experts in technical security audits (penetration tests), and each have over ten years of experience in the field.

“With these recruitments, we are building a really strong team together with the existing organization in Sweden, our other countries in the Nordic region and the Baltics. With these reinforcements, I believe that we are one of the absolute strongest players in the Nordic market within for example, application security tests,” said Transcendent Group Sweden's CEO Martin Bohlin.

In both the short and long term, Transcendent Group will need to grow its offering in all markets to meet customers' needs within for instance security. With increased digitalisation, dependency on systems and applications, a high rate of change and a changing risk landscape, both information and cyber security are areas that require increasing focus and specialist expertise.

“I have great expectations in becoming a part of Transcendent Group. The growth journey that the company has had for several years has been exciting to follow. It feels inspiring to take advantage of my background as an advisor and have the opportunity to help both our customers and our own business to grow,” said Leif Johnson.

"I am very much looking forward to being part of a team with cutting-edge expertise in technical security audits spread across several countries and markets," said Roland Parviainen.

“I have extensive experience of working within the financial services sector and in vital societal functions and critical infrastructure projects. I look forward to continuing to work in these areas as part of Transcendent Group", Björn Lundén concluded.

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