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Corax Cyber Security appoints L3

Corax Cyber Security appoints L3

Corax Cyber Security appoints L3 to digital and creative brief

We are delighted to announce that Corax Cyber Security has appointed to L3 to its creative and digital brief.

L3 will be responsible for leading all digital marketing activity for the innovative Cyber Security company, including video, website design and build, and social media marketing.

Founded in 2013 by Jonathan Pope and Tom Beale, Corax Cyber Security aims to simplify cyber security for companies big and small, supported by Corax 360˚ – their proprietary risk management software platform. They provide everything needed to manage cyber risk and compliance for companies in Europe and USA, with ambitious plans for growth.

Managing Director of Corax, Jonathan Pope, said “The L3 team quickly understood our brief and were able to provide creative messaging options that will really resonate with our target audience. Corax is growing rapidly so it’s great to know that we have L3 on board to lead our digital marketing efforts.”

L3’s Creative Director Owen Thomas said “Cyber security is quickly becoming a number one priority for companies, and we’re delighted to be working with a company which is really at the forefront of the industry in terms of experience and innovation. We look forward to working with the Corax team, helping them to communicate their services more effectively.”