Ashburn, VA, November 21, 2017, Shevirah, a cybersecurity startup offering mobile and IoT device penetration testing and simulated phishing solutions, today announced the availability of a new and improved version of its popular Dagah tool. The new version is available immediately from the company website, as an update for existing subscribers, or as a free enterprise trial. Admiral Blair, Ex. Director of National Intelligence, describes the Dagah tool as “truly cutting edge”. Early testers include the DoD, government agencies, and financial institutions.
Shevirah founder and CTO, Georgia Weidman, the well-known cybersecurity expert and conference speaker, author of the textbook, “Penetration Testing – A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking”, long-time Director, Michael W. Wellman, Wi-Fi and Internet pioneer, CEO and co-founder of Virgil Security, Inc., and long-time advisors, Monique Morrow, previously Cisco’s CTO-Evangelist for New Frontiers Development and Engineering, and Gaige Paulsen, CTO at haste.net, are joined by two new advisors, Peter Laitin and Simon Hartley, co-founders of 202 Partners, North Bethesda, MD.
202 is a boutique enterprise software sales advisory company focusing on the commercialization of emerging technology in cybersecurity, mobility and IoT. 202’s recent successes include large mobile cybersecurity wins with the DoD, Federal law enforcement and large healthcare systems, the sale of mobile cybersecurity pioneer Kaprica Security to Samsung and licensing of Thursby Software’s mobile cybersecurity IP to Enterprise Managed Mobility partners including MobileIron, BlackBerry / Good and IBM.
Shevirah is a U.S. company, expert in cybersecurity, mobility and IoT, offering SaaS and on premise solutions for government and enterprise clients. Shevirah was founded in 2015 by cybersecurity expert Georgia Weidman. Shevirah’s name comes from the Hebrew word for “shattering or breaking of vessels”, reflecting the goals of cybersecurity assessment and testing. Shevirah’s enterprise software products include the patent pending Dagah tools. Dagah is the Hebrew word for “fish” referring to “phishing”. Shevirah is headquartered in Ashburn, VA, just outside Washington, D.C. Learn more at Shevirah.com.