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ControlScan Adds Cenzic Solutions

ControlScan powers up product offerings with Cenzic Web application security solutions

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. -- Cenzic Inc., a leading provider of application security vulnerability assessment and risk management solutions, today announced that ControlScan, a market leader in e-commerce security, has added Cenzic Hailstorm Enterprise ARC to their full suite of security solutions. With this addition, ControlScan now has the most vigorous and comprehensive tool for penetration testing and vulnerability assessments, ensuring that their clients' Web applications will remain secure and protected against the latest hacking vulnerabilities and cybercrimes.

ControlScan, who provides third party evaluation and assessment services, added Cenzic Hailstorm Enterprise ARC to the company's lineup of security offerings to meet the need for increased emphasis on Web application security. Additionally, the company's manual testing practices were extremely time-consuming and there were increasing requests from customers for a solution that could accurately and effectively review applications on their Web sites. ControlScan sought to find a more effective application vulnerability and test automation solution that would meet industry and company standards, as well as client demands. Under the agreement, ControlScan will provide a managed service of application security scans that will be powered by Cenzic.

"After researching products from Cenzic, Acunetix and WatchFire, we identified Hailstorm Enterprise ARC as the best fit," said Richard Stanton, CEO of ControlScan. "Cenzic's ease of use, ability to customize attacks and low false-positive rates combined with the industry's only intelligent dash board and HARM for quantitative scoring and reporting were all features and functionalities we found superior to the competition. In addition, the breath of knowledge, the professional attitude of the Cenzic staff, and industry regard for the Cenzic solutions were contributing factors to our decision."

Cenzic Inc.

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