July 11, 2023
Contern, Luxembourg, July 11, 2023 — Excellium Services, a leading cybersecurity services provider in Belgium and Luxembourg, today announced a partnership with Pentera, the leader in automated security validation. Pentera’s platform will strengthen Excellium’s strong list of services, addressing the growing demand for automated security validation for enterprises in Belgium and Luxembourg.
“Security teams struggle to identify their true exposure across an ever-growing attack surface and increasingly complex IT environment,” says Christophe Bianco, CEO of Excellium Services. “The addition of Pentera to Excellium’s offering is a game changer for our market. By automating the penetration testing process, Pentera is creating a new paradigm for security validation. Their platform enables companies to test their security at a scale not previously possible, and be more confident in their security posture.”
Emulating real-world hacker techniques, Pentera continuously challenges existing cybersecurity controls in-production. The solution provides security teams with an unparalleled understanding of their true risk across attack surfaces, and delivers an actionable roadmap to reduce their cyber exposure. Pentera’s automated security validation capabilities enhance the analysis and advisory services provided by Excellium, enabling organizations to improve security readiness and the ability to defend against the latest cyber threats.
“We are excited to partner with Excellium to accelerate the adoption of automated security validation among enterprises in Luxembourg and Belgium,” said Sivan Harel, VP Sales EU North, South & MEA at Pentera. “Pentera enables customers to proactively secure their environments, identifying the exploitable gaps for remediation before hackers ever have a chance to exploit them. Our platform complements Excellium’s leading network and security infrastructure, assessments and penetration testing services, automating manual processes to ensure scale and speed of security exposure management.”