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WhiteHat Security Grants Patent Licenses To Cenzic

Agreement also grants WhiteHat a patent license from Cenzic

SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- WhiteHat Security, the web security company, today announced a patent licensing agreement with Cenzic.

Specifically, the agreement extends certain rights to WhiteHat patents, including United States Patent numbers 7,467,402; 8,087,088; 8,281,401 and 8,341,711.

"WhiteHat is built on a foundation of innovation. Our technology reflects this and it is why globally recognized brands have chosen WhiteHat for their web security needs," said Stephanie Fohn, CEO of WhiteHat Security. "This agreement grants Cenzic a license to aspects of our intellectual property, which will ensure a continued path of innovation for both companies."

The agreement also grants WhiteHat a patent license from Cenzic. Specific terms of the agreement are confidential.

The Sentinel Family

WhiteHat Sentinel is comprised of SaaS-based solutions that deliver a proven, scalable, and affordable enterprise application security platform, accelerating the identification and remediation of Web application security vulnerabilities:

-- Sentinel Source directly assesses source code during development to

uncover difficult-to-detect vulnerabilities in production, enabling

remediation earlier in the development cycle.

-- Sentinel PL strengthens Web application security at launch by assessing

Web applications and providing remediation guidance in pre-production

and staging environments.

-- Sentinel PE, SE, BE and BE Enterprise subscriptions are tailored to fit

customers' web application security needs - from protection of basic

website security protections to mission-critical websites with stringent

compliance requirements.

-- Sentinel Mobile provides assessment of mobile applications and their

unique attributes to ensure complete coverage and risk reduction.

WhiteHat Sentinel Mobile increases overall application security by

ensuring that vulnerabilities are discovered prior to mobile application

deployment, reducing the risk of exposure.

Every Sentinel service includes full vulnerability verification by the industry's only Threat Research Center (TRC), which verifies the accuracy of all vulnerabilities, virtually eliminating false positives and dramatically simplifying remediation. Sentinel integration with leading Web application firewalls closes the gap between vulnerability detection and remediation with highly targeted virtual patching.

About WhiteHat Security?

Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Santa Clara, California, WhiteHat Security provides end-to-end solutions for Web security. The company's cloud website vulnerability management platform and leading security engineers turn verified security intelligence into actionable insights for customers. Through a combination of core products and strategic partnerships, WhiteHat Security provides complete Web security at a scale and accuracy unmatched in the industry. WhiteHat Sentinel, the company's flagship product line, currently manages thousands of websites - including sites in highly regulated industries, such as top e-commerce, financial services and healthcare companies.

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