- ECSC said it expected annual results to 'broadly' meet market expectations as the cyber security group continued to grow sales despite challenging UK economic conditions.

The company also reported record levels of consulting, managed services and incident response revenue in the third quarter, with organic growth of about 25%.

Consulting bookings in fourth-quarter to-date were at record levels, it added.

Cash levels stood at £0.45m at 31 October, up from £0.19m at 30 June 2019. Ian Mann, chief executive of ECSC said that 2019 results were likely to be 'broadly in line with current market expectations.'

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