Help AG has won Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Middle Eastern Company of the Year Award in the digital forensics industry. The Company of the Year Award is Frost & Sullivan’s top honor and recognizes the market participant that exemplifies visionary innovation, market-leading performance, and unmatched customer care.
Applying a rigorous analytical process, Frost & Sullivan determined that Help AG excels in the following criteria in the digital forensics industry: addressing unmet needs, implementation of best practices, customer purchase experience, and brand equity.
The report notes that the company “is well-positioned with an industry-leading service that provides tremendous value in high-demand sectors to drive the digital forensics space into its next growth phase.”
Frost & Sullivan also states that Help AG “creates innovative services by embracing paradigm shifts as the market evolves, focusing increasingly on human capital enablement and a service-centric business model. Help AG has developed and refined these processes over many years, perfecting its approach.”
Commenting on the report, Stephan Berner, Chief Executive Officer at Help AG, said, “Operating under the banner of ‘Innovate. Automate. Elevate,’ Help AG has striven from the beginning to be the market evangelist in everything cybersecurity. In line with this, we have invested significantly in the development of state-of-the-art, in-house digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) capabilities, providing the full life cycle of services from initial attack scoping and containment to remediation and recovery.”
He added, “The latest recognition from Frost & Sullivan reaffirms our position as a leader in the digital forensics industry and the broader cybersecurity sector in the region, owing to our unique approach focusing on excellent service delivery, comprehensive cybersecurity offerings, service-centric models, and industry-leading innovation. Dedicated to continuous improvement, we will keep building on our portfolio and capabilities to stay ahead of emerging threats and secure the region’s organizations as they undergo digital transformation.”