CSID has acquired Dataspaces Corp., based in London.
The Austin-based CSID, which specializes in identity protection, says the acquisition will increase its identity monitoring product offerings and expand its market globally.
The terms of the acquisitions were not disclosed.
Two new executives based in London will join CSID as a result of the acquisition. Andrew Clark will become the managing director of Europe, Middle East and Africa and Adam Tyler will become the company’s chief innovation officer.
“Dataspaces has built some amazing technology in the Internet surveillance space that will greatly improve the performance of our products, specifically CyberAgent,” CSID President Joe Ross said in a news statement. “Our newly combined companies will be able to offer greater levels of identity monitoring and alerting for individuals who have had their identities compromised or exposed on the dark side of the Web.
CSID has more than 120 customers globally. It has more than 100 employees in Austin, San Diego, Boston and London.