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Core Security Announces VAR Partnership With Patriot Technologies

The addition helps Core extend security testing solutions to federal and commercial entities

Boston, MA —March 31, 2009— Core Security Technologies, provider of the CORE IMPACT family of comprehensive enterprise security testing solutions, today announced a new partnership with Patriot Technologies. The addition of Patriot Technologies to Core Security's Value Added Reseller (VAR) Program will allow the software maker to extend its ability to provide comprehensive security testing solutions to federal and commercial entities, and also enable Patriot Technologies to broaden the depth and breadth of their offerings.

"Based on Patriot's experienced and dedicated field sales professionals, their reputation as a trusted advisor within the security space and their history of offering services concentrating on information security and information technology, we felt that this was a perfect fit for the CORE IMPACT family of products," said Jeff Clark, vice president of business development of Core Security Technologies. "With this new partnership, together we will be able to help more government organizations to comply with IT security regulations and lock-down their systems and infrastructure."

CORE IMPACT Pro has proven itself as an extremely valuable asset in helping organizations meet specific security testing requirements (e.g., standards including FISMA, PCI and NIST), and in helping organizations prove that other prescribed defense mechanisms and policies are functioning properly. By taking a comprehensive, real-world approach to security testing, CORE IMPACT Pro helps organizations meet the letter of the law, and embrace the underlying spirit of compliance regulations.

"Integrating the CORE IMPACT family of products into our solutions will help us take our security offerings to the next level," said Bruce Tucker, president and founder of Patriot Technologies. "We look forward to demonstrating to our customers how Core Security offers a unique insight into their security posture."

As a respected leader in the federal space, Patriot Technologies has multiple contract vehicles that allow agencies to benefit from pre-negotiated pricing. Patriot's federal contracts include:

  • GSA # GS-35F-4363D
  • MD CATS Contract # 050R5800338
  • Consulting and Technical Services (CATS) Contract
  • DLA BPA # SP4700-02-A-0005
  • NIH BPA # HHSN 263999900685B
  • Other vehicles available via partnerships: IMMIX, Encore II, Firstsource, ITES-2H, ITES 2-S, NETCENTS, SEWP, Tiger, Treasury Commercial Vehicle, COMSTOR Dealer/Agent, Arete Government Solutions For more information on Core Security's VAR program, please go to http://www.coresecurity.com/content/partners.

    About Patriot Technologies Patriot Technologies, Inc. is the trusted, go-to source for comprehensive IT security solutions. Government and commercial organizations have relied on Patriot's products and services, including security technologies, professional services and security appliance manufacturing to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their assets while satisfying operational requirements. As a single information security source, Patriot Technologies provides objective analyses of vulnerabilities and has a proven track record of delivering customer-specific solutions based on security best practices. The company's focus on security, expertise within the industry, life-cycle approach and complete suite of offerings has made Patriot the preferred partner of vendors and customers alike. Headquartered in Frederick, Md., Patriot is privately held and serves thousands of customers worldwide. For more information, visit www.patriot-tech.com.

    About Core Security Technologies Core Security Technologies is the leader in comprehensive security testing software solutions that IT executives rely on to expose vulnerabilities, measure operational risk and assure security effectiveness. The company's CORE IMPACT product family offers a comprehensive approach to assessing the security of network systems, endpoint systems, email users and web applications against complex threats. All CORE IMPACT security testing solutions are backed by trusted vulnerability research and leading-edge threat expertise from the company's Security Consulting Services, CoreLabs and Engineering groups. Based in Boston, Mass. and Buenos Aires, Argentina, Core Security Technologies can be reached at 617-399-6980 or on the Web at: http://www.coresecurity.com.

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