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PacketFocus Partners With WhiteHat Security In 'On-Demand' Application Security

Company to offer "on-demand" testing of network, application, and human layer security

February 09, 2009 For Immediate Release

PacketFocus partners with industry leader WhiteHat Security to offer 100% on-demand security testing for today's most advanced web applications. PacketFocus is now the only IT Security company to offer "on-demand" testing of Network, Application, and Human Layer security (Phishing and Social Engineering Attacks).

WhiteHat Security is the leading provider of website security solutions that protect critical data, ensure compliance and narrow the window of risk. WhiteHat Sentinel is the most accurate, complete and cost-effective website vulnerability management solution available. It delivers the flexibility, simplicity and manageability that organizations need to take control of website security and prevent Web attacks. WhiteHat Sentinel is built on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform designed from the ground up to scale massively, support the largest enterprises and offer the most compelling business efficiencies, lowering your overall cost of ownership.

More Information about WhiteHat Sentinel http://cmpgnr.com/r.html?c=1414998&r=1413656&t=1643165825&l=1&d=90581722&u=h ttp%3a%2f%2fwww%2ewhitehatsec%2ecom%2fhome%2fservices%2fservices%2ehtml&g=0& f=-1

Contact PacketFocus today to speak with one of our sales representatives. We will perform a free TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) calculation, openly comparing the cost of WhiteHat with your current application testing approach. Not only will we save you money, you can perform unlimited tests against your applications allowing you to identify risk introduced with upgrades, changes, and new vulnerabilities. http://cmpgnr.com/r.html?c=1414998&r=1413656&t=1643165825&l=1&d=90581721&u=h ttp%3a%2f%2fwww%2ewhitehatsec%2ecom%2fhome%2fseekinfo%2fTCO%2ehtml&g=0&f=-1

Example: Most companies spend $15,000-$100,000k on application security testing annually. This may only include 2-3 tests. Whitehat Sentinel starts at $9000 and provides UNLIMITED testing for your applications. Don't be left vulnerable to risk between tests, test weekly with WhiteHat Sentinel and PacketFocus.

Contact Joshua Perrymon PacketFocus CEO 1.205.994.6573 or 1.877.PKT.FOCUS x2 Email: [email protected]

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