Cybric Launches Partner Program
February 13, 2017

Cybric launched its Partner Program with inaugural partners Actifio and Veracode.

Through this program, Cybric is forming strategic alliances and technical integrations with best-in-class providers — across infrastructure, application security, code review and notification technologies — to deliver a holistic view of security postures with any tool an organization has implemented.

Cybric’s platform automates and orchestrates code and application security across the DevOps lifecycle, reducing application vulnerability exposure and enabling security at the velocity of DevOps. The company’s patent-pending technology rapidly orchestrates exact replicas of the application environment and aggressively scans for security vulnerabilities by containerizing and automating security solutions without impacting the production environment.

“Our mission is to deliver the first automation and orchestration platform that integrates security into the SDLC from code commit to application delivery, enabling a true DevSecOps culture,” said Cybric CEO Ernesto DiGiambattista. “Partnering with best-in-class providers allows us to do this and ultimately provide our customers with confidence and assurance in their application security and resiliency for their business.”

Cybric’s initial partners include:

- Actifio, which automates DevOps across the full lifecycle of application data, allows the Cybric platform to rapidly create replicated application environments. For more information see the separate press release issued today titled, “Actifio Helps Cybric Deliver Security to Its Customers at the Speed of DevOps.”

- Veracode, which allows Cybric's platform to seamlessly automate static code analysis scans without developer involvement.

Cybric’s partnerships and integrations enable customers to centrally orchestrate and automate their existing code and application security tools and resources.

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