iViz Tech Solutions Aims to Put Hackers Out of Work

January 2008
Red Herring;1/4/2008, p2
Trade Publication
The article provides information on iViz Tech Solutions, an Indian startup that promises on-demand software that does penetration testing, or simulated attacks on systems. Incubated in one of India's top technology institutes in 2005, iViz develops artificial intelligence-based products that simulate an intelligent hacker to detect the security flaws in a system or network and suggest corresponding remedies. The traditional manual testing approach relies on the output of numerous tools combined with the intelligence or expertise of the security expert.


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