VGS + Cobalt: Data Security and Pentesting to Ease Compliance Burdens

October 7, 2021
VGS + Cobalt Data Security and Pentesting to Ease Compliance Burdens

VGS has teamed up with Cobalt, an innovative Pentest-as-a-Service (PtaaS) company, to help businesses improve their security posture and achieve compliance easier by protecting sensitive data.

Many compliances require pentesting to find, track, and fix security vulnerabilities. To make our data security and compliance solutions even more valuable, we decided to partner with Cobalt to provide our customers with the highest quality pentesting solution available – and make their compliance journeys that much easier.

Cobalt’s on-demand community of expert pentesters means you get the skills that best align to your tech stack. With the Cobalt platform, you can collaborate directly with pentesters throughout the whole pentest process, see findings in real time, and customize reports to meet the needs of different stakeholders.

Meanwhile, VGS continues to enable you to securely collect, protect, and exchange any type of sensitive data, minimizing your security risk and shrinking your exposure to compliance scope – so that you can fast-track your compliance certifications and get to market faster.

Our partnership with Cobalt has already generated impressive results for startups, with companies leveraging our combined solutions to modernize and automate their pentesting and compliance approaches.

To see this in action, join our live webinar with EedenBull on November 4th – where you’ll learn how this fintech startup managed to get to market faster, reduce compliance costs, and increase their agility by outsourcing to VGS and Cobalt for PCI and SOC 2. Secure your spot in the live webinar here.

Stefan Slattery Stefan Slattery

Head of Growth Marketing


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