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NCircle, Cybertrust Team Up

Cybertrust will offer nCircle's vulnerability and risk management solutions and use nCircle IP360 profiling and scanning technology in its portfolio of services

SAN FRANCISCO -- nCircle, the leading provider of enterprise-class vulnerability and risk management solutions, today announced a strategic partnership in which Cybertrust will offer nCircle's advanced vulnerability and risk management solutions to Cybertrust's global customer base, as well as utilize nCircle IP360 profiling and scanning technology in Cybertrust's portfolio of services.

Industry standards and government regulations, coupled with an increasingly unpredictable security environment, require organizations to use a systematic, proactive vulnerability management process to meet regulations and stay ahead of attacks. nCircle's robust vulnerability and risk management system will enable Cybertrust to deliver enhanced vulnerability scanning and management to its customers.

"Our strategic relationship with nCircle complements the breadth and depth of vulnerability management services that Cybertrust delivers," said Kerry Bailey, senior vice president of global services, Cybertrust. "The partnership with nCircle allows us to provide a variety of vulnerability management options and capabilities to our customers, enabling them to more effectively and proactively determine and mitigate network risk."

"Customers today require both advanced technologies and superior expertise to address an increasingly sophisticated security challenge," said Abe Kleinfeld, president and chief executive officer, nCircle. "This relationship meets that challenge by combining best-of-breed solutions from two clear market leaders."

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