Tokyo-based pioneer in path-breaking technologies in Trading, Distribution and Investment, K.I.D. Corporation, recently announced a strategic partnership with IT security specialist GamaSec to market and distribute the latter’s SaaS (News - Alert)-based Web Scan application in Japan. GamaScan culls out web application weaknesses, delivers instant critical enterprise solutions and suggests appropriate solutions.
GamaSec’s 24/7 service weeds out application weaknesses and identifies the extent to which a company is likely to fall prey to hackers and online theft. It is a vital element in providing security to websites. The company chooses to take a proactive attitude in identifying weaknesses beforehand, rather than do a post mortem analysis of an attack and mitigate risks once an incident has taken place.
K.I.D. Corporation officals say in a release that GamaSec and its Web weakness assessment technologies have tremendous scope for growth in Japan. The environment is ripe in Japan for the launch of a vulnerability analysis solution that is focused on website safeguarding and security.
With this alliance, K.I.D. Corporation will gain entry to GamaSec’s foremost web based weakness evaluation service and simultaneously be able to test web servers, web interfaced systems and web based applications against different kinds of identified weaknesses. The uncomplicated security evaluation reports from GamaSec lists out all current weaknesses and suggests suitable measures by which these can be minimized, if not eliminated entirely.
GamaSec, founded in 1999, is a premier IT security expert and its proactive in-house R&D Department has brought out hundreds of security handbooks globally. It has executed several extensive security projects internationally, primarily in Europe and Israel, and this has greatly helped them in evolving their innovative brand of security technology. The company prides itself in being regarded as one of the first and quickest at identifying new threats and minimizing their effects.
K.I.D. Corporation has sister companies in New York, Seoul and Bangkok. Its business is primarily targeted at the Security, Education, Health and Alternative Energy sectors, and it has been actively involved as an intermediary between Japan and its overseas partners for over 18 years.