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Mandiant Selects PlexTrac for its Proactive Assessment Reporting Platform

Boise, Idaho—PlexTrac, Inc. today announced Mandiant has selected PlexTrac to provide a platform to support their Proactive Assessment Team with streamlined reporting and collaboration throughout their engagement cycle. Mandiant, a part of FireEye, brings together the world’s leading threat intelligence and frontline expertise to arm organizations with the tools needed to increase security effectiveness and reduce organizational risk.

The PlexTrac platform will support the delivery of Mandiant security assessment services, including internal and external penetration testing, mobile and web application testing, red teaming, and others. The Mandiant Proactive Assessment Team will use PlexTrac’s real time collaboration to improve assessment workflows and reporting times to expedite the completion of client deliverables.  

“PlexTrac enables our Proactive Assessment Team with a platform to streamline the assessment reporting process,” said Evan Pena, director of consulting at Mandiant. “This helps our services team provide our customers with a better experience by delivering better reports in less time than we could before we had PlexTrac in place.”
 
Founder and CEO of PlexTrac, Inc. Dan DeCloss said, “We could not be more excited to partner with Mandiant, a long-established leader in cybersecurity. We are thrilled to help streamline their engagement workflow and enhance the manner in which they provide results of proactive assessments to their customers. This is a big win for all involved.”
 
PlexTrac, Inc. is a fast-growing cybersecurity company driven by a mission to improve the security posture of organizations and security teams of all sizes. The PlexTrac solution is a software platform focused on streamlining the reporting and remediation of cybersecurity risks and aiding efficient collaboration within security teams. Supporting organizations using a purple teaming paradigm, PlexTrac serves as the central communication hub to aggregate all of the components of an organization’s cybersecurity program.

 

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