Kenna Security expands in Canada
By CS StaffNews Kenna Security Kenna.VM
Introducing a new, cloud-based instance of Kenna.VM for the Canadian market
Kenna Security is investing in new infrastructure to support operations in Canada, where revenue has seen triple-digit growth over the past four years. The company launched a new Canada-native instance of its risk-based vulnerability management platform to cater to the growing demand for services that meet national data residency requirements.
“More than half of Canada’s ten largest financial institutions count themselves as Kenna customers,” said Robin Maloney, Kenna Security’s manager of Canadian operations, in a prepared statement. “This investment reflects a growing commitment to serve Canadian enterprises.”
Canadian companies and government agencies are increasingly seeking services that help them protect the privacy and security of their customers by confining data access and storage within the country’s borders. The Government of Canada in particular requires that sensitive or classified data it exposes to the cloud does not become subject to other countries’ jurisdictions.
“This new instance of the Kenna platform allows companies to meet their data residency needs, while gaining the immense benefits of our industry-leading modern vulnerability management capabilities,” Maloney said.
Kenna.VM uses data science to assess the likelihood that threat actors will exploit it, and the risk those vulnerabilities pose to assets within a company. This knowledge allows companies to prioritize mitigation strategies. With Kenna Security, companies can mitigate the riskiest vulnerabilities faster, with less work.
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