Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ:RPD), a leading provider of IT and security analytics solutions, announced that it has partnered with Coalfire, an industry-leading cyber risk management and compliance solution provider, to deliver its PCI Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) offering. The companies have also announced that Coalfire has standardized its scanning solution on
Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ:RPD), a leading provider of IT and security analytics solutions, today announced that the Company has been designated as a Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVE) Numbering Authority (CNA), effective immediately. Rapid7 will now be able to assign CVE numbers to vulnerabilities found in Rapid7’s and any other vendors’
Publicly-traded cybersecurity firms rebounded, growing more than 11% in Q3 as the lion’s share of players met or beat Wall Street’s expectations.
Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ:RPD), a leading provider of data analytics solutions for IT and security professionals, today announced the appointment of Jeff Kalowski as the Company’s chief financial officer (CFO), effective January 9, 2017. He replaces Steven Gatoff, who joined Rapid7 at the beginning of 2013, and announced his planned departure
Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ:RPD), a leading provider of security data and analytics solutions, today announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2016.
“Our third quarter results showed fundamental strength in several important areas, including solid growth in our mid-market customer base, new product adoption, and uptake of our platform-based cloud
Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ:RPD), a leading provider of security data and analytics solutions, announced today that its cloud–delivered security solutions have been added to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) registry and are now accessible to public sector organisations. Rapid7 solutions accelerate insight into security and IT operations, arming customers with live
By Pia Rivera
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