Nomios Group expands in Southern Europe with the Italian Cybersecurity expert Aditinet
February 2023 by Marc Jacob
Nomios Group announced that it has completed the acquisition of a majority stake in Aditinet, a prominent cybersecurity company in the Italian market. The acquisition strengthens Nomios’ European position as one of the leading cybersecurity service companies.
With the addition of Aditinet, the Nomios Group annual revenue grows to EUR 400M, and its consolidated headcount grows to over 600 FTEs throughout its seven European markets. The current CEO and Founder (Paolo Marsella) and CFO (Alberto Mez) will remain minority shareholders and will continue to manage the company and will lead the integration within the Nomios Group.
Nomios is a leading European provider of cybersecurity and secure networking solutions and services and has a broad customer base in highly diversified sectors. In 19 years, Nomios has grown into an organisation with more than 20 offices in seven European countries and has continuously expanded its own professional services, managed services, support and SOC offering. Nomios has the most experienced, loyal and highly certified pool of engineers in its industry, as recognised by many third-party studies, and has strategic partnerships with leading technology providers, including Palo Alto Networks, Juniper Networks, Cisco, Fortinet, F5, and others. In January 2019, funds advised by IK Partners, a leading Pan-European private equity firm, acquired a majority stake in Nomios Group.
Founded in 2004, Aditinet is an Italian system integration and professional services company specialising in cybersecurity. With an annual revenue of EUR 40 million, Aditinet is among the most recognised players in the Italian cybersecurity industry with best-in- class certifications with Palo Alto Networks (Diamond) and F5 (Platinum) among other highly ranked vendor partnerships. Aditinet has two main offices in Italy, namely in Rome and Milan. Aditinet serves over 150 customers, which include several Italian national banks, utility providers, universities, manufacturing companies and ministries.