Hannan brings 13 years’ cyber security experience to help NetSPI clients overcome vulnerability management challenges.
Minneapolis, Minnesota – NetSPI, a leader in enterprise security testing and vulnerability management, has added Nabil Hannan as Managing Director, where he will work with NetSPI clients on strategic security solutions incorporating both technology and services.
“NetSPI’s innovative technology and services are essential for any high performing security program,” said Aaron Shilts, NetSPI President and COO. “Strategically, we continue to strive to be at the leading edge of this industry, providing valuable, actionable guidance to our clients, and Nabil adds to our ability to do this. He will consult directly with our clients and advise them on how to solve their most critical cyber security challenges in 2020 and beyond.”
Hannan comes to NetSPI with a deep background in building and improving effective software security initiatives, with expertise in the financial services sector. Most notably, in his 13 years of experience in cyber security consulting, he held a position at Cigital/Synopsys Software Integrity Group, where he identified, scoped, and delivered on software security projects, including architectural risk analysis, penetration testing, secure code review, malicious code detection, vulnerability remediation, and mobile security assessments. Hannan has also worked as a Product Manager at Research In Motion/BlackBerry and has managed several flagship initiatives and projects through the full software development life cycle.
“Cyber security is more critical today than ever before. We’ve all seen news of breaches in the headlines and may have even been affected by these breaches personally,” said Nabil Hannan, NetSPI Managing Director. “I look forward to advising NetSPI’s prestigious client base and helping companies protect their organizations, strategic assets, and valuable intellectual property. My role will also support NetSPI’s vision to help organizations build and maintain strong threat and vulnerability management programs – leveraging both technology and human capital.”
NetSPI is the leader in enterprise security testing and vulnerability management. We are proud to partner with seven of the top 10 U.S. banks, the largest global cloud providers, and many of the Fortune® 500. Our experts perform deep dive manual penetration testing of application, network, and cloud attack surfaces. We uniquely deliver Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) through our Resolve™ platform. Clients love PTaaS for the simplicity of scoping new engagements, viewing their testing results in real-time, orchestrating remediation, and the ability to perform always-on continuous testing. We find vulnerabilities that others miss and deliver clear, actionable recommendations allowing our customers to find, track and fix their vulnerabilities faster. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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