Coalfire acquires penetration testing management platform

Mark Carney, Executive Vice President, Coalfire

Over the past year, Coalfire has worked closely in partnership with Neuralys, a penetration testing management platform. Today, Coalfire is ecstatic to announce the acquisition of Neuralys, and welcome its founders, developers and sales team to our organization.

Our acquisition of Neuralys and its platform capabilities keenly aligns to our long term, tech-enabled strategy. In the coming months, Coalfire will reveal more about how Neuralys will galvanize the pen testing community and set a new standard for modern penetration testing. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Coalfire is on the edge of our seats, eager to share more about our future plans to advance the pen testing industry and accelerate our customer’s value proposition in relation to joining forces with Neuralys.

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