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Digital Defense Named a 2018 TAG Cyber Distinguished Vendor

San Antonio, TX – September 13, 2017 Digital Defense, Inc, a security technology and services provider with proven success, is proud to announce its designation as a Distinguished Vendor in this year’s 2018 TAG Cyber Security Annual.

Digital Defense becomes part of an extensive list of successful and tested cyber security vendors. With them they bring a robust range of security products and services. Each member of this list was hand-selected by Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber, to assist with this year’s report, which was made available today for free download here.

“Ed and his team at TAG have proven successful in their work for us,” said president & CEO Larry Hurtado. “Their ability to further enlighten IT professionals on the secret sauce behind our Frontline vulnerability management solution and complementary services has helped our business grow.”

This year’s 2018 TAG Cyber Security Annual was developed to assist enterprise security teams as they modernize their cyber risk program via the following three steps: Exploding the flat perimeter enterprise into distributed workloads; Offloading the resultant applications and networks onto cloud-based, software-defined infrastructure; and then Reloading protections using the best available cyber security technologies.

“The Digital Defense team has proven time and again that you don’t have to work in Silicon Valley to be a cyber success,” said Amoroso. “Their managed and on-demand SaaS risk assessment solutions, in addition to their security professional services are powerful tools.”

Each year, TAG Cyber publishes its three-volume report to the community for download at no cost. In addition to the Javelin Networks website, the report is also available at https://www.tag-cyber.com/. Volume 2 of the report also includes an informative interview with Digital Defense president & CEO, Larry Hurtado.

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