Can We Prevent Devastating Data Breaches Before They Happen?

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Anitian Launches Ring.Zero Security Testing Labs to Empower Business Leaders with Vital Threat Intelligence That Can Prevent Attacks

Ring.Zero Security Testing Labs
We cannot rely on traditional methods of testing and protecting a business any more. The hackers are too good, too fast, and too persistent. We need a new way to find and fix vulnerabilities before the hackers exploit them.

Is there any stopping the rash of devastating data breaches? The cybercrime syndicates, hacking collectives and state-sponsored attackers have a formidable arsenal of hacking tools as well as the skills and motivation to use them. Their attacks are going beyond single systems to compromise entire networks, trusted partners, and people. Protecting a business is a now a multidimensional mission, which, unfortunately, has many companies outgunned and outnumbered.

“We cannot rely on traditional methods of testing and protecting a business any more,” said Andrew Plato, CEO of Anitian. “The hackers are too good, too fast, and too persistent. We need a new way to find and fix vulnerabilities before the hackers exploit them.”

Ring.Zero from Anitian is an innovative new approach to system, network, and application security testing. Ring.Zero can pinpoint the exact areas of vulnerability within a company and empower business leaders to act quickly, decisively, and intelligently with actionable threat intelligence.

Ring.Zero Security Testing Labs has three core features: team, tools, and technique.

The Ring.Zero team is the best in the business with decades of security testing experience. Ring.Zero’s security experts are not only trained to get inside the mind of a hacker but also to think like a business executive. That means identifying the threats that are unique to a business. The Ring.Zero team does not just run scans and print off incomprehensible reports. They focus on condensing, distilling, and simplifying vulnerability data into clear, actionable steps.

Ring.Zero uses a revolutionary, cloud-based testing platform, seeded with twenty years of testing expertise. This platform uses the best commercial and open source tools, customized with proprietary home-brewed scripts and configurations. This platform is not only fast and flexible, but it can cut through all the noise to focus on the critical issues that hackers are most likely to exploit.

The Ring.Zero technique is specifically crafted for high-performance businesses. Using the revolutionary RiskNow Rapid Risk Assessment techniques developed at Anitian, Ring.Zero delivers fast, accurate, relevant intelligence directly to decision makers. There is no wasted time on false positives or speculation. Ring.Zero delivers actionable threat intelligence, that is, data that leadership can use right now to make informed, rational decisions about protecting their business.

“When we look at companies today,” Plato said, “the security teams are drowning in big data. Without decisive answers, companies are slow to react, and hackers exploit that slowness. Ring.Zero cuts through the complexity and big data to answer the simple questions: ‘how do I protect my company, my data, and my job?’”

Ring.Zero is available exclusively from Anitian, the oldest and most trusted name in information security. The world is not so dangerous when you have the intelligent information security of Anitian.

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About Anitian
Anitian believes that security makes the world a better place. Good security is a necessity for innovation, growth, and progress. Building great security begins with building great security leaders. Anitian offers security intelligence services that empower, enlighten, and protect leaders who are facing complex compliance, risk management, and data protection challenges. Founded in 1995 and based in Portland, Oregon, Anitian is the oldest and most trusted name in information security intelligence.

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