WhiteHat Security Joins Hand with Ciber to Address Mission-Critical Application Challenge

By CIOReview | Thursday, February 25, 2016
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SANTA CLARA, CA: IT consulting firm, Ciber has recently announced its collaboration with website risk management solution provider WhiteHat Security. Both the companies are partnering to help customers modernize and secure their mission-critical applications in a fast and cost-effective approach.

The joint-alliance includes WhiteHat Sentinel and Ciber Momentum; both are Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based platforms. While Sentinel is used for software development life cycle to find and fix vulnerabilities, Ciber Momentum works for application modernization. “The partnership addresses two critical issues and overlapping concerns that come up in nearly all of my conversations with CIOs: rapid, flexible delivery of modern, cloud-enabled applications and assurance that these updated architectures are secure and meet compliance standards." says Michael Boustridge, President and CEO, Ciber.

Ciber Momentum helps its clients to re-architect their legacy systems with an ability to move from a diverse set of legacy technologies. It gathers deep intelligence on customer legacy systems while also generating the core infrastructure of modernized system by automating and accelerating routine portions of the modernization process.

WhiteHat Sentinel combines highly advanced scanning technology with custom testing by the Threat Research Center (TRC), a team of website security experts which operate WhiteHat Sentinel website vulnerability management services. It allows clients to deploy a scalable application security program across the entire software development lifecycle (SDLC). "Our partnership with Ciber addresses the challenges of moving to a more software-defined environment. Together, we're helping organizations reduce costs, improve productivity, and manage risk. We're thrilled to be leveraging our respective strengths to deliver best-in-class solutions," Says Craig Hinkley, CEO, WhiteHat Security.