Nucleus Security and AttackForge Announce New Integration to Bridge the Gap Between Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Management

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Partnership bridges the gap between enterprise-scale penetration testing and vulnerability management, empowering security teams to understand their true security posture with a more complete picture across the entire threat landscape.

Nucleus Security and AttackForge Integration

Nucleus Security and AttackForge Integration

This partnership is a big deal for security teams as a whole, not just the practitioners of VM or pen testing individually - Stephen Carter, CEO, Nucleus Security

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Today Nucleus announced a first-of-its-kind integration with technology partner AttackForge, the penetration testing platform bringing business, technology, and security teams together. The partnership bridges the gap between the previously siloed data sources of enterprise-scale penetration testing and vulnerability management, empowering security teams and executives to understand their true security posture with a more complete picture across the entire threat landscape.

“This partnership is a big deal for security teams as a whole, not just the practitioners of VM or pen testing individually,” said Stephen Carter, CEO and Co-founder of Nucleus. “We saw an opportunity to bring together traditionally independent red team penetration test data with vulnerability scan data to manage them together. This integration allows organizations to unlock additional collaboration and cohesion across both red and blue teams, at scale, in way that was impossible before.”

With this integration, users can push real-time penetration data from AttackForge into Nucleus with the press of a button, providing vulnerability management teams with accurate data in a consumable format to be managed alongside other scan results and risk information inside Nucleus. This connection between the platforms automates the traditionally manual process of reporting pentest findings to the VM team – saving time, simplifying reporting, and automating workflows in the larger enterprise Technical Risk Management process. Penetration teams can now track test results over extended periods of time in a centralized location and have the ability to self-export vulnerabilities from AttackForge into their Nucleus tenant.

“The partnership between Nucleus Security & AttackForge bridges a gap that every security team faces. Until now, pentest data has lived outside of vulnerability management programs, in arbitrary and static reports – making pentest vulnerabilities impossible to track & analyze” said Fil & Stas, Co-founders of AttackForge. “By seamlessly integrating pentest data from AttackForge into Nucleus, organizations gain a true representation of the security posture of their assets, enabling leaders to make informed decisions when it comes to remediation and prioritization.”

For more information about this integration, the individual tools, and its benefits, interested parties should contact info@nucleussec.com or info@attackforge.com.

ABOUT ATTACKFORGE
AttackForge Enterprise is a Pentest Management Platform. It brings Business, Technology and Security teams together to reduce vulnerability remediation lead times and increase go-to-market speed. AttackForge Enterprise is proven – put to work in large organizations to help save direct costs, increase visibility and reduce effort on every pentest. Learn more at https://attackforge.com.

ABOUT NUCLEUS
Nucleus is a vulnerability and risk management platform that unifies existing tools in your security stack, creating a centralized hub to control the chaos of vulnerability analysis, triage, and remediation. As one of the only preemptive cybersecurity solutions on the market, Nucleus is on a mission to solve the real problems organizations are facing in discovery and remediation of vulnerabilities – before they become exploits. Harness the power of a unified vulnerability solution today at https://nucleussec.com.

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