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WhiteHat, SecurView Partner

Addition of WhiteHat Sentinel to SecurView platform provides unique offering of security at every level of the infrastructure

SANTA CLARA, Calif. and EDISON, N.J. -- WhiteHat Security and SecurView today announced that SecurView, a leading provider of risk assessment and managed security services, will integrate WhiteHat Sentinel into its managed services platform. Recognizing the growing prevalence of website security threats and issues, SecurView is the only Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) in the industry to offer ongoing website vulnerability assessment as part of a complete range of security services.

With the integration of WhiteHat Sentinel’s website vulnerability management platform into its MSSP platform, SecurView now offers customers security at all layers of the infrastructure including the network, server and publicly facing Web applications. The joint offering gives companies more control over their complete infrastructure and their Software Development Lifecyle (SDLC). The announcement comes on the heels of SecurView’s recent news of a strategic investment from Cisco Systems, Inc

"SecurView is committed to providing an end-to-end managed security solution that focuses on monitoring every aspect of the client's infrastructure, from the network to the server to the application--from the perimeter to the core," said Rajeev Khanolkar, co-founder and president, SecurView. "While most MSSPs are still focused on reactive management, SecurView's vision entails providing more proactive security at every level of the stack. The addition of WhiteHat Sentinel to our portfolio of managing network and security devices is an important step in achieving that vision."

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