The following case studies are available from Privacy-Assured and its partners:
United States Department of Justice
A key element of the United States Department of Justice’s Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) compliance is the ability to manage vulnerabilities and track the remediation process in its IT systems. AppSecInc provided the DOJ with the ability to inventory databases, perform automated penetration tests, execute internal audits, and rank vulnerabilities while also implementing automated processes to address common problems.
Orbitz Worldwide (NYSE: OWW), a leading online travel company, had a critical requirement for an automated solution to protect the large volume of sensitive information contained in their databases. Orbitz required a best-in-class solution that could inventory database assets, assess potential vulnerabilities, rank risk and prioritize remediation efforts. The solution had to provide precise knowledge of the location of data and the access rights of users.
As a $38 billion diversified technology and manufacturing leader, Honeywell serves customers worldwide with aerospace products and services, control technologies for buildings, homes and industry, automotive products, turbochargers and specialty materials. The company evaluated several options ranging from assessments and code reviews to web application firewall appliances. Honeywell found Breach Security’s WebDefend to be a robust, cost-effective solution.
Mint Technology Corporation is a pioneer in prepaid financial products and services and is Canada’s first provider of reloadable prepaid credit card programs. As a MasterCard Member Service Provider, they needed to comply with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) and secure their web applications.
Canadian Department of National Defense and the United States Department of Homeland Security
The United States Department of Homeland Security and the Canadian Department of National Defense conducted security trials using Voltage SecureMail for BlackBerry to facilitate secure cross-border communication.
Voltage protects the privacy of ING Canada communications, such as those between ING insurance and their broker dealer network.