AmiViz to offer Cyber Security Works AI-powered Attack Surface and Vulnerability Management solutions

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Middle East region’s first enterprise B2B marketplace, AmiViz today announced that the company has signed a partnership with Cyber Security Works (CSW), a leading platform and services provider of predictive, AI-powered Attack Surface and Vulnerability Management solutions.

Cyber Security Works (CSW) is a US Department of Homeland Security–sponsored CVE Numbering Authority and a leader in Attack Surface Management. The availability of CSW’s mature Vulnerability Management as a Service (VMaaS) and Application and Infrastructure Penetration Testing services at the AmiViz marketplace will help enterprises in the Middle East improve their security posture and reduce vulnerabilities.

The partnership with AmiViz will also enable CSW to expand its reach across the region and enhance its go-to market timelines as it can connect with a larger base of partners on the marketplace, thereby saving time and resources to address such a wide region with different countries.

Ram Movva, Chairman and Co-Founder of CSW said, “Partners are extremely critical for us to increase our reach in any geography, and this partnership with AmiViz will help us spread our footprint faster in the Middle East region. The AmiViz marketplace’s presence across the region will enable us to roll out our partner program at a quicker pace. Our partner program is designed to collaborate with channel partners and offer them mutual business growth opportunities, unique value propositions, and commitment.”

He further added, “Our solutions have helped organizations across different geographies to increase their security posture, and we intend to replicate our success with regional businesses and help them gain resilience against the evolving threat landscape.”

Commenting on the partnership with CSW, the COO of AmiViz, Ilyas Mohammed said, “We are excited to onboard CSW, and given their proven track record and market leadership worldwide, we are confident that this will provide a big opportunity for our partners to capitalize and grow their business.”


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