BreachLock named “Pentesting Solution Provider Of The Year”

BreachLock Recognized As "Pentesting Solution Provider Of The Year" By Prestigious International Awards Program

BreachLock today announced that it has been selected as the winner of the “Pentesting Solution Provider of the Year” award in the 2023 CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards, which attracted thousands of nominations from across the globe this year.

BreachLock is a global leader in cybersecurity best known for its innovative Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) model offering automated, AI-powered, and human-delivered pentesting solutions that deliver predictable, consistent, and more accurate results in real-time, every time. The company’s AI, machine-based technology enables BreachLock to test for more vulnerabilities in less time and ensure zero false positives, making it 50% faster and more cost effective than traditional providers.

“Helping our clients scale and streamline their security testing programs to keep up with innovations is our focus at BreachLock, and Winning the ‘Pentesting Solution Provider Of The Year’ award is a direct reflection of that,” said Seemant Sehgal, BreachLock’s founder & CEO. “Whether they’re testing 1 or 1,000+ applications or endpoints per year, BreachLock enables global enterprises to consolidate all of their penetration testing projects with one provider, which is much easier for internal teams to manage.”

“BreachLock leaves the challenges of traditional pentesting and automated security testing in the past by striking a balance between the two. BreachLock is not only addressing the lack of visibility of unknown assets, but also breaking the barriers that traditional pentesting creates for DevSecOps,” said Steve Johansson, managing director, CyberSecurity Breakthrough.

In addition to its flagship penetration testing offering, BreachLock recently launched an Attack Surface Management (ASM) for risk discovery and exposure to identify exposed assets and associated vulnerabilities across your attack surface – known and unknown – including Shadow IT and Dark Web exposures.

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