SecureLink Expands Security Validation Process with LMG Security Partnership

SecureLink, the leading provider of secure third-party remote access management solutions for technology vendors and highly regulated enterprises, has announced a new partnership with LMG Security. LMG Security is a leading cybersecurity consulting firm that specializes in penetration testing, digital forensics, and training.

Under the partnership, LMG Security will be conducting monthly scans of the SecureLink solutions – SecureLink for Enterprises and SecureLink for Vendors – to identify any vulnerabilities in the solutions to ensure any issues are remediated promptly. In addition to the monthly scans, LMG Security will perform in-depth annual assessments of both solutions.

SecureLink had already implemented comprehensive internal security processes to ensure the security of its vendor privileged access management solutions. These include industry-standard vulnerability scanning, static code analysis, automated unit and regression testing, and code reviews of all merge requests. The partnership with LMG Security will significantly expand the security validation process.

“Since our inception, SecureLink has maintained a rigorous commitment to security,” said Joe Devine, president and COO of SecureLink. “We believe the obvious next step is to involve an independent cybersecurity group to audit our already robust security practices. We are pleased to have partnered with LMG Security to fulfill that role.”

“SecureLink is run by smart and caring professionals that truly understand the importance of cybersecurity and are willing to go the extra mile for their customers. You can see this in the way that they invest in their cybersecurity program,” said Sherri Davidoff, founder and CEO of LMG Security. “We are pleased to announce that LMG Security will be conducting regular monthly and annual assessments of the SecureLink products. It is a privilege to work with the SecureLink team.”

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.