Zehnder has chosen Pcysys’ Automated Penetration Testing platform, PenTera, to increase its cyber security validation efforts through automation.
TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Pcysys has announced that Zehnder, a leading international provider of complete solutions for healthy indoor climate based in Switzerland, has chosen Pcysys’ Automated Penetration Testing platform, PenTera™, to increase its cyber security validation efforts through automation.
“As a global organization, it is imperative for us to have clear visibility into the networks of all our subsidiaries. PenTera’s advanced technology allows us to challenge our security controls and maintain a consistent level of testing worldwide,” says Ralf Winzer, CISO at Zehnder Group. “The combination of remediation prioritization suggestions along with the ability to revalidate their effectiveness on-demand, has changed the way we plan and run our security strategy.”
The PenTera platform utilizes the latest hacking techniques to scan and ethically attack the IT network, prioritizing remediation efforts with a threat-facing perspective. With PenTera, organizations can maintain the strongest cyber posture by performing penetration tests on-demand – daily, weekly or monthly. Aligned with the MITRE ATT&CK framework, the platform covers the scope of vulnerability assessment, security controls, credential strength validation, network equipment testing, privileged access audits, and more, ensuring the organizational network is held to the highest industry standards while reducing cyber security services costs.
“Ralf Winzer and his team at Zehnder group are true cyber security leaders, guiding their organization to full network visibility through continuous and consistent security validation,” says Hanspeter Karl, DACH Regional Sales Director at Pcysys. “PenTera’s focus on exploitable vulnerabilities will allow the Zehnder team to maintain and grow their cyber posture anywhere in a productive and resourceful manner.”
About Zehnder Group
This year, the Zehnder Group with headquarters in Gränichen (Switzerland) is celebrating its 125th anniversary. Founded in 1895 as a mechanical workshop, Zehnder has since transformed into an international group of companies with around 3500 employees. The key to Zehnder’s success has been the strong pioneering spirit and courage of its employees, who have continually sought out innovative and ingenious approaches. Today, the product portfolio includes decorative radiators, products for comfortable indoor ventilation, heat exchangers, heating and cooling ceiling systems and clean air solutions for use in industry, making Zehnder the go-to provider of indoor climate solutions. For more information visit: www.zehndergroup.com.
Pcysys delivers PenTera™, the agentless, automated penetration-testing platform, that assesses and reduces corporate cybersecurity risk. The platform is run remotely on the Cloud or on-site to identify, analyze and focus remediation efforts on breachable vulnerabilities. Hundreds of security professionals and service providers around the world use PenTera to perform continuous machine-based penetration tests that improve their immunity against cyber attacks across their organization networks.
Media contact: Aviv Cohen, Pcysys CMO | +972-54-3207204 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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