The new office is located in The Hague, the home of Europol’s European Cyber Crime Center (EC3), NATO Communications and Information Agency, as well as the Dutch National Cyber Security Centre and several industry research institutions and organisations.
To strengthen mnemonic’s already strong customer-base and presence in the Netherlands, the local team is joined by Lex Crielaars. Lex will draw from his more than a decade of experience in the Dutch security industry, and he's already a familiar face for many customers after years of cooperation together with mnemonic.
Lex explains that the expansion has felt like a natural fit for both him and the company:
“I am proud to finally announce the opening our office in The Hague. mnemonic has been active in the Dutch security community for years, with customers, partners, and public-private initiatives with Europol among others. Now feels like the right time to take our presence here a step further.”
The opening of the Dutch branch follows mnemonic’s expansion to the US last year, and its UK office the year before. This will help serve the fast growing market for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services. In Gartner’s latest Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services they predicted that by 2025, 50% of organisations globally will be using MDR services.
Tønnes Ingebrigtsen, CEO in mnemonic, is excited about the continued international growth:
“Opening the new branch office will help us serve the fast growing market for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services there.”
“This will let us collaborate even closer with our customers and partners in the Benelux", he adds.
For questions regarding our operations in the Netherlands, feel free to contact:
+31 6 11 29 31 34
WTC The Hague
Prinses Beatrixlaan 582
2595 BM Den Haag
The Hague, the Netherlands