RiverSafe, a leading cyber security, data operations and DevOps professional services provider, has partnered with EARTH 51 to assist in developing RiverSafe’s sustainability strategy as they look to lead the industry into the next decade of security transformation.
EARTH 51 pride themselves on their ability to thread sustainability into an organisation’s DNA, allowing businesses to strike the right balance between financial gain and a sustainable approach, helping to shape the policies and practices that have a positive climate impact.
As part of a longer-term transformation plan, RiverSafe chose EARTH 51 to help them become one of the first cyber-security firms globally to incorporate sustainability into their core business functions, to support their goal of becoming a leader in the cyber space whilst also acting in a way that is both ethical and responsible.
Oseloka Obiora, CTO at RiverSafe, said: “The Cybersecurity industry is renowned for its innovation & cutting-edge technology, and we are proud to be playing a role in shaping its future. Our vision at RiverSafe is clear – to lead this industry into the next decade of security transformation and we are excited to partner with EARTH 51 and gain expert advice to enable us to do so in a way that is also sustainable.”
“We pride ourselves on being an organisation that does not simply look after ourselves and our profits but also one that uses our platform to prioritise and advocate for important issues that need addressing. The cyber industry needs leaders to act as positive examples of how we must all come together as a collective to act responsibly to tackle pressing issues that will impact generations in years to come. We are looking forward to the road ahead and what our new partnership will bring as we evolve our sustainability strategy.”
Akhil Handa, CEO of EARTH 51, said: “We are delighted to partner with RiverSafe to help develop their sustainability strategy, putting in place proactive policies and actions to reduce emissions. The private sector as a whole should be held more accountable for their climate actions and companies like RiverSafe, who are embracing sustainability at the heart of their organisation, set a shining example for the wider industry.”
This builds upon RiverSafe’s approach to giving back to the global community, recently partnering with the Victor Moore Foundation, a Nigerian based, education-focused charity that supports children with access to education and opportunities.