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Solutionary Expands Web Application Firewall Services

Customers receive more 24/7 compliance and protection

OMAHA, Neb., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Solutionary, Inc., an information security company, continues to expand its security and compliance offerings. Known for monitoring and managing more devices than other providers, Solutionary's coverage for web application firewalls (WAFs) now includes nearly all WAFs in the market.

A WAF, which is used to protect web servers from malicious Internet attacks, enforces security policies based on attack signatures and other criteria.

"Compliance continues to be a driver for many of our clients, and WAFs certainly help address those requirements," said Mike Hrabik, CTO for Solutionary. "Compliance aside, given the critical role web applications play in today's business world, 24/7 proactive protection is a vital component of any security program. Solutionary's continuous WAF management delivers this proactive protection to clients, giving them an added layer of protection against today's dynamic application model and ever-changing threat landscape."

With the continued increase in application attacks, Infogroup, $558 million provider of data driven and interactive resources for targeted sales, marketing and research solutions, turned to Solutionary for its expertise in design, selection and implementation of their WAF.

"Infogroup services 85% of Fortune 100 companies; suffice to say we take security and compliance seriously," said Tom McAlister, Infogroup's CIO. "Solutionary delivers cost-effective monitored and managed 24/7 web application services and compliance services to ensure we meet PCI compliance requirements for our customers and ourselves. Most importantly, by working with Solutionary we are confident our clients' proprietary data and business critical operations are strongly protected."

About Solutionary

Solutionary is an information security company that delivers a wide range of managed security solutions and professional services to reduce risk, increase security and ensure compliance for medium-to-large businesses.

The company's services are based on next generation security intelligence and offer true security and compliance management. Solutionary provides customers with advanced service delivery, patented technology, thought leadership, years of innovative groundwork and proprietary certifications that exceed industry standards, enabling the company to have one of the highest client retention rates in the industry.

Solutionary is positioned by Gartner as a "visionary" in the MSSP Magic Quadrant, and Forrester as a "strong performer" in the MSSP Wave.

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