Brixey and Meyer, an Ohio-based tax and accounting firm, has announced a joint venture with risk management consulting firm, RiskVersity, effective April 2021.
The new company, named CyberSure, acts as a minority-owned cyber risk advisory company.
CyberSure will support clients in identifying, quantifying, and mitigating cyber risks through fractional CISO, IT audit and compliance, incident planning and response, and vendor cyber risk management services.
Doug Meyer, CEO at Brixey and Meyer, said: We are excited to create this joint venture with RiskVersity. Brixey and Meyer is focused on driving value for our clients and there is an increasing demand for these services.
“Our team has worked with Laurence [Jones] in many capacities over the years and admire his tenacity and passion.”
He added that through the joint venture, Brixey and Meyer intends to have “a positive impact in the region”.
The joint venture has “extensive experience” across a range of sectors, including public entities, healthcare, manufacturing, and financial services.
Christopher Holmes, CEO and co-founder of RiskVersity, said: “We think this partnership is going to be an accelerant to CyberSure’s growth because of our companies’ existing client base.”