Crisp Received Government Praise
Yorkshire-based Crisp commended for keeping people and businesses safe online.
09:29 30 May 2020
Crisp has been commended by the UK government for its role in keeping people and businesses safe online.
The Leeds-based tech firm was recently featured in a report by Safer Technologies for the Department of Culture, Media and Sports. The report reads: "Crisp contributes to the safe, daily online experiences for over two billion users (covering an estimated 400 million children) across the globe.
"Since its establishment, Crisp has secured £30millin in internal investment, and continues to rapidly expand while proudly keeping its roots firmly in Yorkshire."
Crisp provides services to some of the biggest brands in the world helping them stay safe online. The firm's global team of experts specialises in linguistics, reporting, psychology, data protection, law and regulation, to provide comprehensive weaponised social communication defence.
CEO Adam Hildreth said: "We started Crisp in 2005 with an aim to make the internet safer for children and teenagers using online games and social networks.
"Since then, we've grown our services to help firms, brands, publishers and social platforms all across the world manage their online safety.
"We've always been active in helping the UK government shape a safer online world and we're pleased that we've been highlighted as a UK success in this report."