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Dallas-Based Cybersecurity Provider Vector0 Acquired by Stratascale

Vector0’s ASM platform helps organizations discover, prioritize, and mitigate critical security risks, the company said, using continuous internet scans to identify assets, unify vulnerability and security data, and provide proactive, automated testing, and suggested fixes.

Dallas-based cybersecurity solutions provider Vector0 has been acquired by Austin’s Stratascale, a move that Stratascale said gives its team and customers “unrivaled” visibility of attack vectors and points of vulnerability, and enhances Stratascale’s ability to deliver “cutting-edge, proactive cybersecurity services.”

Quentin Rhoads-Herrera

Stratascale is an SHI company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Vector0 CEO Quentin Rhoads-Herrera said the companies are a good fit.

“We’re thrilled to join forces with Stratascale and take full advantage of being part of the 6,000-strong SHI International organization,” Rhoads-Herrera said in a statement. “Vector0’s advanced capabilities align seamlessly with Stratascale’s commitment to digital agility, creating a powerful synergy that will undoubtedly benefit businesses seeking to embrace an increasingly digital landscape while continuously enhancing their security posture.”

A cybersecurity solutions provider, Vector0 said it’s dedicated to helping organizations secure their digital resources through innovative technologies.

Vector0’s ASM platform helps organizations discover, prioritize, and mitigate critical security risks, the company said, using continuous internet scans to identify assets, unify vulnerability and security data, and provide proactive, automated testing, and suggested fixes.

Stratascale is a digital business consultant and IT solutions provider.

“Vector0 enables us to offer a comprehensive and proactive approach to Attack Surface Validation (ASV), giving organizations the tools they need to secure their digital initiatives effectively,” David Olzak, SVP at Stratascale, said in a statement. “Vector0’s extensibility will provide us with the opportunity to integrate Stratascale’s managed services with some of our most strategic cybersecurity partners’ threat and vulnerability management capabilities.”

“This is the latest milestone in a multiyear investment into establishing SHI, and specifically the Stratascale brand, as a leader in the cybersecurity consultancy and implementation market,” Thai Lee, president and CEO at Stratascale parent company SHI International, said in a statement. “This acquisition enables us to build services delivered by our excellent Stratascale team, underpinned by both our strong vendor relationships and best-in-class technology foundations.”

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