Element Communications partners with ‘Cyber Safety’ leaders Performanta

Guildford, Surrey. January 2022: Performanta, the leading security management and consulting firm has chosen Element Communications as its UK PR partner.

Launched in 2010, Performanta has more than two million managed users, 500 customers and 120 security experts, including a number of ex-CISOs and CIOs.

Element Communications will be providing media relations support to Performanta as alongside its visionary tech platform Encore, used to detect breaches and map out a company’s users to detect possible weak spots.

Performanta’s Chief Revenue Officer William Morrish said: “We have been really impressed by Element’s knowledge of the cyber security space and have demonstrated the drive and commitment we need to increase awareness of our brands in the UK market.”

It has been a successful year for the Element team, recognised by Techround as one of the Top 50 Tech and Startup PR Agencies of 2021. This new partnership is further testament to their success.

Simon Moss, Director at Element Communications, added: “Performanta is a perfect example of an entrepreneurial, fast-growth company, and an ideal partner for us. Globally renowned for its cybersecurity efforts, Performanta’s growth has been phenomenal. We’re thrilled to be the chosen partner to help take Performanta’s brand presence in the UK to the next level.”

As featured in PR Week, see here.

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