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WhiteHat Debuts Sentinel 3.0

WhiteHat Security announced WhiteHat Sentinel 3.0, the only continuous vulnerability assessment, management service for Websites

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- WhiteHat Security, Inc., a leading provider of Web application security services, today announced WhiteHat Sentinel 3.0, the industry’s only continuous vulnerability assessment and management service for Web sites. Sentinel 3.0 reduces the burden of securing Web applications with an on-going service that provides up-to-date, and comprehensive identification of the vulnerabilities that are putting online customer and corporate data at risk. It is the only solution that can assess for all 24 classes of vulnerabilities identified by the Web Application Security Consortium’s (WASC) threat classification.

Web application security is inherently complex because the vast majority of e-commerce and interactive sites are created with custom code. Often, these sites change on a weekly or even daily basis, unlike commercial software products. WhiteHat Sentinel 3.0 enables assessment each time a Web site is changed or updated, and ensures the identification of existing and new vulnerabilities. This is accomplished through a three-step process - scanning, verification and custom testing. As part of this process, WhiteHat integrates expert analysis with proprietary scanning technology which delivers more in-depth results than scanning alone, since many of the most dangerous vulnerabilities can only be detected by this combined process. WhiteHat security engineers review all scanner findings to ensure accuracy and eliminate false positives.

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