On May 12, 2021, NetSPI announced new funding from KKR and Ten Eleven. Learn why Ten Eleven chose to invest in NetSPI:
Today we’re pleased to announce our investment in NetSPI. In cybersecurity, understanding where weaknesses lie is a critical first step in defense. One crucial way to assess this is through penetration testing, where “ethical hackers” attempt to break into your systems before attackers can. Penetration testing is often required of technology vendors by their customers and a mandated part of certain required compliance programs and certifications, including SOC 2. Because of its importance, pen testing represents a $1.7Bn market growing at 22% a year – but companies are always looking for a way to do it in a faster and easier manner.
PTaaS is NetSPI’s delivery model for penetration testing. It enables customers to simplify the scoping of new engagements, view their testing results in real time, orchestrate faster remediation, perform always-on continuous testing, and more - all through the Resolve™ vulnerability management and orchestration platform.
We help organizations defend against adversaries by being the best at simulating real-world, sophisticated adversaries with the products, services, and training we provide. We know how attackers think and operate, allowing us to help our customers better defend against the threats they face daily.
At NetSPI, we believe that there is simply no replacement for human-led manual deep dive testing. Our Resolve platform delivers automation to ensure our people spend time looking for the critical vulnerabilities that tools miss. We provide automated and manual testing of all aspects of an organization’s entire attack surface, including external and internal network, application, cloud, and physical security.
Our proven methodology ensures that the client experience and our findings aren’t only as good as the latest tester assigned to your project. That consistency gives our customers assurance that if vulnerabilities exist, we will find them.
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