Jacobs Acquires The Van Dyke Technology Group, Inc.
The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Commenting on the announcement, Jacobs Senior Vice President Aerospace
and Technology Darren Kraabel stated, “I am thrilled to welcome the Van
Dyke team to Jacobs. The unique cybersecurity solutions developed by Van
Dyke strengthen our IT solution offerings to public sector clients, such
as those across the
“This acquisition complements other investments we have made over the past few years, including our cloud-based technology solutions; enhanced capability to connect industrial control systems to enable advanced data analytics; and leading-edge solutions to protect critical infrastructure – all of which we are offering under our ‘Connected Enterprise’ service package. Our objective is to help clients assure system and data integrity, reduce operating costs, increase productivity and profitability, improve safety and enhance their business’ agility.”
Jed Van Dyke, CEO of Van Dyke added, “The opportunity to expand our cybersecurity expertise and solutions across the public and private sector industries served by Jacobs is tremendous. As an integrated technology and engineering company with deep customer relationships across a variety of industries critical to our national infrastructure, Jacobs is uniquely positioned to enhance our collective cybersecurity resilience on a truly national, if not international, scale.
“With a proven record for delivering cutting-edge technology solutions that drive critical business outcomes, Jacobs represents a technical, cultural and philosophical fit for the Van Dyke team.”
Jacobs is one of the world's largest and most diverse providers of technical, professional and construction services.
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