H2L Solutions Announces Corporate Rebranding
H2L Solutions, Inc. announced the official launch of its corporate rebranding and redesigned website today.
After three years of continued growth, the corporate rebrand is the positive outcome of the company’s ongoing success as a recognized leader in the cyber security industry. The rebrand will continue to build and foster H2L’s dedication to offering cyber security services to government and commercial customers alike.
H2L’s new website offers improved functionality, a minimalistic design, enhanced content on partnering opportunities, and a corporate marketing video explaining values, services, and products of the company. The overall message of the rebranded logo focuses on the importance of protecting the Warfighter, with the incorporation of a knight’s helmet to represent security and an eagle to represent freedom.
“The rebranding was a reason to help our organization better portray the values that we stand for and our mission: freedom within security,” said H2L President, Jonathan Hard. “We wanted to show our past, current, and future customers a better visual of our values and what we stand for. Protecting the warfighter is our top priority. We want to help build a stronger, more secure America.”
The new corporate tagline states “Defending our nation on the battlefield of tomorrow”. Since 2014, H2L Solutions has provided cyber security defense services to protect organizations and technologies against attack. Today, H2L is active in bringing awareness to government contractors on DFARS-7012 regulatory compliance requirements for Cybersecurity, marketing a customer-tailorable hardware/software solution set, developed in-house. Solution and compliance integration services have been sold to and implemented to companies across the country.
Although the rebrand brings many changes, the company’s ultimate mission remains – “to be the most trusted provider of Cybersecurity services for our customers and to ensure customer success and satisfaction in all that we do.”
All rebranded elements will be presented to the public during a ribbon cutting at H2L Headquarters on June 1.