Cerberus Cyber Sentinel buys Alpine Security – SC Magazine

Security consulting firm Cerberus Cyber Sentinel Corporation has acquired St. Louis, Missouri-based penetration testing company Alpine Security, part of a continuing play to beef up their penetration testing and regulatory compliance offerings.

Alpine Security, which offers penetration testing, medical device testing, security auditing, trainings and “CISO-as-a-Service” to its clients, will become part of Cerberus. Alpine president and founder Christian Espinosa will take on a strategy role at the company, per an announcement of the deal.

Alpine Security also has a presence in the government contracting market, offering trainings and assessments around the General Services Administration’s Schedule 70 contract as well as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement programs for defense contractors.

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