Secure Enterprise Computing, which focuses on information security and consulting, has been acquired by Agio Technology.

Randall Bennett and Chris Harper, the co-founders of privately held SEC, will remain part of the company and serve as managing directors with Agio.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

The deal was announced Tuesday morning.

“We are beyond excited at becoming an integral part of such a dynamic organization,” Bennett said in a statement. “The ability to now offer our clients fully-integrated security solutions across the broad spectrum of Agio services is a real game-changer; especially as the diversity and intensity of security challenges grow and clients seek integrated, single-point-of-contact providers. Agio is now clearly the provider of choice for those clients, and we are thrilled to be a part of the team.”

SEC focuses on security risk assessments, security consulting, and security products as well as programs.

“We are seeing a dramatic increase in the number of high profile data security breaches, and a corresponding increase of concern on the part of our clients,” explained Agio founder and CEO Bart McDonough, “Add to this the growing demands of regulators and institutional investors, and the need for enhancing security becomes paramount. Acquiring the tremendous capabilities and staff at Secure Enterprise Computing enables Agio to enhance the security of our current services and improve responsiveness to our clients – reinforcing our proactive, rather than reactive, approach to service.”

Agio is based in New York City and has offices in Raleigh, Boston, Dallas, Seattle, San Francisco, Norman, Okla., and London.