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NetSPI Works with RSA to Help Joint Customers Reduce Business Risk through Improved Vulnerability Threat Management
Date:1/20/2013

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) January 20, 2013

NetSPI, a leading professional security services company, today announced it has joined the Secured by RSA® Certified Partner Program , establishing interoperability between CorrelatedVM™ Vulnerability Management Software and the RSA Archer® eGRC Suite. This certification signifies that an interoperable partnership has been established to help reduce risk and increase security for joint customers through interoperability for the collection of network and software vulnerability data.

NetSPI addresses the penetration testing and risk assessment needs of many of the largest most security-conscious U.S. corporations. And the powerful vulnerability data correlation features in CorrelatedVM, its in-depth penetration testing tools (both manual and automated), and the disciplined thoroughness and consistency of methodology that it brings to the vulnerability management challenge has set NetSPI’s professional services well apart from its competitors; both in winning business and in maintaining long term customer relationships. Vulnerability data can come from many sources – network scanning tools, penetration testing activities, static and dynamic code analysis tools, manual testing efforts, Internet security alert services, and more. CorrelatedVM allows customers to centrally collect all of their vulnerability data from those many disparate sources and turn that mountain of data into a concise and actionable data set. Then it makes that actionable data fully manageable in an organized/programmatic way with sophisticated team-collaboration tools.

"We are pleased to further enhance power of CorrelatedVM for our enterprise customers who have already invested in or considering the purchase of the RSA Archer Threat Management solution,” said Deke George, CEO of NetSPI. “Deploying the CorrelatedVM and RSA Archer eGRC solutions together can help organizations better asses
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