Kroll buys risk software firm Resolver

08 April 2022 1 min. read
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Kroll, a global consulting firm, has acquired Resolver, a Toronto-based provider of risk intelligence software.

Resolver provides software solutions to help corporate security, risk and compliance, and information security teams better mitigate risks and protect people and assets. The firm’s integrated, configurable, and data-driven software suite has products across incident management, investigations, risk management, security operations, audit, and compliance.

Resolver supports clients in financial services, healthcare, education, utilities, retail, and pharma – including notable companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Starbucks, and Tangerine.

The firm has more than 250 employees across offices in Canada, the US, UK, India, and New Zealand, according to LinkedIn.

Kroll buys risk software firm Resolver

Kroll’s acquisition of Resolver will expand the New York-headquartered firm’s suite of risk and security technologies.

“I am thrilled to welcome Resolver to Kroll,” said Jake Silverman, CEO of Kroll. “We are excited to be at the forefront of combining Risk Intelligence software with expert-led risk insights as we help our clients manage the increasingly complex, unpredictable, and evolving world of risk and governance.”

Kroll specializes in corporate investigations and risk consulting. The firm has 5,000 professionals in 30 countries and earlier this year completed its brand unification.

“Our goal is to transform risk management into risk intelligence,” said Will Anderson, CEO of Resolver. “Joining the Kroll team allows us to achieve our collective vision and partner with an organization that is a global leader in risk with deep subject matter expertise.”