Altaro Software acquired by Hornetsecurity

Altaro Software acquired by Hornetsecurity

Altaro Software, the Maltese provider of backup software solutions worldwide, has announced that Hornetsecurity, the leading email cloud security provider in Europe, has acquired the company. This will result in a stronger entity, coupled with geographical expansion and a larger team.


Expressing full commitment to the new entity, David Vella, Altaro CEO said: “We have found exactly the right strategic buyer in Hornetsecurity. The #synergies between the two companies are obvious. Through our combined know-how and experience, and the #innovative combination of our product suites, Hornetsecurity’s European market leadership in cloud security has reached a new level.” 


Altaro has been supported by Malta Enterprise and is hosted at the Digital Hub at the Malta Life Sciences Park in San Gwann. 


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