WhiteHat Security announces risk-free competitive trade-up program

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

January 9, 2007

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- WhiteHat Security, Inc., a leading provider of website vulnerability management services, today announced a risk-free Trade-Up program that allows users of Acunetix, Cenzic, SPI Dynamics and Watchfire website scanning software to trade-in their legacy products for a $10,000 credit toward a year subscription to the WhiteHat Sentinel Service. The WhiteHat Sentinel Service is the only website vulnerability management service that incorporates expert analysis and industry-leading technology to provide unparalleled coverage to protect critical data from attacks.

WhiteHat Sentinel reduces the burden of securing websites 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

“Today, enterprises are facing a proliferation of Web vulnerability issues, many of which cannot be found by legacy scanners. Now more than ever, they need to be confident that proprietary customer data on websites is protected from hackers,” said Stephanie Fohn, CEO of WhiteHat Security. “WhiteHat is proud to offer organizations a proven, enterprise-class solution that is easy to implement, easy to manage and delivers the most comprehensive coverage available.”

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