Cyber security startup Safehack Me looking for expansion

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Cyber security startup Safehack Me looking for expansion

Monday, 20 September 2021 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

In a recent statement ‘Safehack Me’ co founder Mukundsinh Solanki said the newly cyber security startup is looking for funding to expand the company’s sales and delivery teams and further develop its technology.

Founded in 2020, Safehack Me - an acronym for “proactive web application security” - offers an manual penetration testing that’s designed to assess and reduce cybersecurity risks. Pentesting, as it’s usually known, involves testing information technology networks through a series of simulated attacks to identify vulnerabilities.

It’s a commonly offered form of cybersecurity practice. But ‘Safehack Me’ claims that regular pentesting using humans is far better as compare to artificial intelligence that could not cover all.

The company’s manual pentesting team, scan and ethically attack the enterprise network with the latest hacking techniques, identifying security weaknesses. The company says the safe team also enables cost-effective remediation by focusing on vulnerabilities in a proven “kill-chain” to provide visibility to more serious risks.

But getting funds an enormous challenge has become progressively tough for safehack corporation growth whereas giant tech firms do attract investors.

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