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CampusGuard‘s Rebranded RedLens Infosec Unit Delivers Array of Cybersecurity Services

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CampusGuard, a cybersecurity and compliance services provider, has rebranded its former Offensive Security Services (OSS) team to RedLens InfoSec.

Commenting on the rebrand, Chad Wheeler, RedLens InfoSec manager, said:

"Our focus has always been on delivering measurable value and actionable results to our customers, and the RedLens InfoSec brand represents our renewed commitment to developing new and unique service offerings to add to that value proposition. Our IT security and compliance offerings are in high demand across so many industries at risk of a data breach and other cyber threats. We remain your trusted partner in proactively defending your organization against these threats."

Introducing RedLens

The Lincoln, Nebraska based CampusGuard, founded in 2009, provides cybersecurity and compliance services for campus and community-based organizations, including higher education, healthcare, state and local government and agencies, financial services firms and SaaS/tech companies, among others.

RedLens InfoSec, operating as a division of CampusGuard, delivers a wide array of security engagements from penetration testing, vulnerability assessments and scanning, to Red Teaming, password auditing and more to help boost other organizations' security posture.

Its analysts identify security weaknesses and vulnerabilities across enterprises and provide comprehensive reports and solutions to assist in remediating any security deficiencies.

What RedLens' Offers

RedLens InfoSec currently offers the following services:

  • Vulnerability assessments and scanning
  • Penetration testing/segmentation testing
  • Web application scanning and penetration testing
  • API testing
  • Wireless network penetration testing
  • Red Teaming
  • Social engineering programs (on-premises/off-premises)
  • Phishing/vishing exercises
  • Spear-phishing exercises
  • Password auditing

Customers receive comprehensive, actionable custom reports featuring recommended steps for remediation and ongoing support services to help secure their environments at risk. Competitive, fixed pricing helps streamline the process.

D. Howard Kass

D. Howard Kass is a contributing editor to MSSP Alert. He brings a career in journalism and market research to the role. He has served as CRN News Editor, Dataquest Channel Analyst, and West Coast Senior Contributing Editor at Channelnomics. As the CEO of The Viewpoint Group, he led groundbreaking market research.