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M&A List: Penetration Testing Company Mergers, Acquisitions

A list of cybersecurity company mergers & acquisitions involving penetration testing companies, MSSPs and private equity firms.

Guardforce AI Acquires Penetration Testing Firm Handshake Networking

Guardforce AI acquires information security & penetration testing consultants Handshake Networking for Asia expansion.

X Security Group Introduces White-Labeled Pentesting for MSPs, MSSPs

MSPs & MSSPs can white-label X Security Group’s penetration testing to protect small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers.

Guardforce MSSP Security Services Leverage Robots, Pentesting

Guardforce expands physical & managed IT security services in Asia. Promotes robot security capabilities plus Handshake Networking penetration testing partnership.

Penetration Testing Provider Pcysys Raises $25M in Funding, Engages MSSPs

Automated penetration testing platform provider Pcysys raises $25 million Series B funding round led by Insight Partners. Plus Pcysys pursues more MSSP partners.

Pentesting Extends Beyond Business Critical Application Security

Penetration testing is newly driven by broad application security instead of compliance and customer requirements, Cobalt.io research finds.

Pcysys Unveils Remote Penetration Testing Software for MSSPs

Managed security services providers (MSSPs) can now use the Pcysys PenTera platform to offer remote network penetration testing & red teaming services.

Study: Midmarket Businesses Face Cloud Migration Cyber Risks

The top five application vulnerabilities for 2019 are cross-site scripting, injection, security misconfiguration, password flaws & sensitive data exposure, Coalfire pentesting reveals.

Pcysys Automated Penetration Testing Raises $10 Million

Automated penetration testing (pentesting) platform provider Pcysys raises $10 million in Series A funding led by Awz Ventures & Blackstone.

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.