In a trading update following its interims in September, the cybersecurity firm said the three business lines had seen organic growth of around 25% in the period, while for the fourth quarter to-date consulting bookings reached record levels.
ECSC has also recruited more sales partners, taking its total to 87, while cash at the end of October had also risen to £450,000 from £190,000 at the end of June.
As a result, the company expects its full-year results to be “broadly in line with market expectations”.
“Despite some challenging UK economic conditions, the team has continued to win new clients, and deliver outstanding levels of client service, reflected in improved financial performance across the group”, said ECSC chief executive Ian Mann.
The increasing levels of cyber breaches, and strong demand across all ECSC cyber security services, positions ECSC very well moving into 2020", he added.