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Cenzic program takes aim at Web site security

As part of its "No Website Left Behind" initiative, Cenzic offers complimentary application security assessment to help companies ensure Web application security.

Software security is a moving target. Once you think your application is secure, another vulnerability emerges.

To help companies stay on top of that task, Cenzic Inc. has rolled out a program that allows companies to receive a complimentary application security assessment to validate their results from other sources.

This free validation is part of Cenzic's "No Website Left Behind" initiative, which will be composed of many programs to be released in the coming months that complement the company's Hailstorm and ClickToSecure products.

Aimed at companies, universities, government and other agencies that rely on costly and ineffective manual testing or first-generation application security assessment tools, the free validation program offers these organizations the ability to test one application that has been tested with another tool or service for free via Cenzic's ClickToSecure Software as a Service (SaaS).

Ultimately, the program is designed to help security teams validate the success of their existing testing methods and plug the holes that are commonly left exposed due to outdated or cost-prohibitive testing techniques.

"The 'Free Validation' program offers companies an easy and non-cost prohibitive way to fill the void left by their current application security programs while helping to ensure regulatory compliance and reduce the financial risks associated with applications attacks," said Mandeep Khera, vice president of marketing for Cenzic.

The "Free Validation" program runs until Sept. 30. Interested parties should visit for more details. Cenzic will unveil additional programs for its "No Website Left Behind" initiative throughout the year.

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