Owl Computing Technologies announces corporate rebranding as Owl Cyber Defense Solutions
Owl Cyber Defense Solutions, LLC (“Owl”), formerly known as Owl Computing Technologies, introduced on June 6 the company’s new corporate brand. Owl, based in Ridgefield, CT, recently announced new owners and a new management team, and the rebranding reflects the evolution and growth of the company as well as its vision for the future. The company not only has an updated brand identity and website, but is making significant investments in existing and next generation product lines, new technology partnerships, and a future headquarters move to accommodate an aggressive growth strategy.
“Owl is a leader in cybersecurity and we want to ensure the company name and identity reflect the strength of the brand, the corporate focus, and the vision for the future of the company,” said Thomas Campbell, founder and president of DC Capital Partners, which owns Owl. “Owl has tremendous assets in its technology, human resources, marquee customer base, and international partners. This rebranding will enable Owl to better leverage these assets to aggressively grow the business.”
Serving many of the best known and largest organizations in the world, including military departments and ministries, intelligence agencies, critical infrastructure providers, and commercial enterprises, Owl offers the highest quality products and services, with the greatest range of capabilities and form factors available on the market. The new name, logo and website clearly identify Owl’s strength in the network cybersecurity market and identify their core focuses on customer satisfaction and technology leadership.
“Our new corporate brand will clearly inform the public and users of our solutions and our goals as a company,” added Michael Timan, president and CEO of Owl. “We defend many of the world’s most critical networks from cyber attacks every day. We want to ensure everyone understands our capabilities and how we can help defend networks and devices from a range of cyber threats.”