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Penetration Testing Report: Security Misconfiguration Is “Top Vulnerability”

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Penetration testing may help organizations combat both external and internal cyber threats, a new report from Coalfire shows.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 02 March 2022

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Today’s MSSP news involves Balbix, Check Point Software, Coalfire, CrowdStrike, Darktrace, Echelon Risk+Cyberhas, Fortress Information Security, Illumio, Talion & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 15 December 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves Authomize, Cequense, Coalfire, Cowbell Cyber, Druva, iC Consult, Kaspersky, Owowa Malware, Pondurance, Sysdig & more.

Coalfire Acquires Application Security Company Denim Group

Coalfire acquires application security company Denim Group to help customers address DevSecOps, security assessments & vulnerability remediation.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 30 April 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves Alert Logic, Coalfire, Code42, Darktrace IPO, DigitalOcean breach, Fortinet, Mission MDR, Oracle-Tanium, Qualys, Synopsys, Syxsense & more.

Coalfire Acquires Neuralys Pentesting Management Platform

Cloud security provider Coalfire discloses Neuralys penetration testing acquisition. Private equity firm Apax Partners owns Coalfire.

Private Equity Firm Completes Coalfire Cybersecurity Acquisition

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Private equity firm Apax Partners completes Coalfire cybersecurity acquisition. Coalfire provides cyber risk management, advisory, technology & compliance services.

Private Equity Acquires Coalfire Cybersecurity Advisory Firm

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Cybersecurity advisory & assessment services provider Coalfire has been acquired by Apax Partners, a private equity firm.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 16 December 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves Active Directory security, Alert Logic, Apax Partners, Coalfire, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Semperis, VeChain & more.

Two Security Testers Arrested for Doing Their Job

Two employees of Coalfire, a cybersecurity company, were arrested for doing their job — testing the physical & cybersecurity of state & local buildings.