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Stage2Data’s Attix5 Pro V6 Backup System Proves to be Stronger than World Class Attack and Penetration Testing Specialists During Stringent 10-day Testing

June 12, 2012

Attix5, distributed exclusively in North America by Stage2Data has locked out world-class Attack and Penetration testing specialsts during a stringent 10-day test designed specifically to discover vulnerabilities.

Oakville, Ontario (PRWEB) June 12, 2012

Attix5, distributed exclusively in North America by Stage2Data has locked out world-class Attack and Penetration testing specialsts during a stringent 10-day test designed specifically to uncover vulnerabilities.

The testing was conducted by SensePost – an internationally acclaimed information security assessment service. According to Jacques Swanepoel, Stage2Data CTO, SensePost’s highly trained Attack and Penetration testing specialists worked for 10-days to uncover vulnerabilities in Attix5 Pro V6 but were unable to.

According to the SensePost Security Posture Opinion, Attix5 engaged the company to conduct a Penetration Test on the Attix5 Pro V6 backup system. The test endeavoured during a 10-day period to discover network or application level vulnerabilities that could be exploited by an attacker to subvert the security of the system.

During testing an experienced SensePost Attack and Penetration testing specialist attempted to discover vulnerabilities that would allow unauthorized access to customer data stored within the backup environment. Over a period of 10 days no unauthorized access to customer data was achieved.

Swanepoel outlined the exact methodology of the testing saying “A black-box penetration test, conducted with full access to the underlying infrastructure but without access to application source code was conducted on Attix5 Pro V6 early in 2012. This testing was desgined specifically to emulate an attack by a malicious outsider or a rogue user on a shared environment. The objective of the attacker was to breach the confidentiality of client data backups. In all areas, SensePost was unable to gain access.

Jeff Collier, President of Stage2Data reports that the results of the testing leave no doubt that Attix5 Pro V6 is at the top of the category when it comes to proving itself to be impenetrable even during the most rigorous and extensive testing.

Company Stage2Data

Stage2Data is a privately held company founded by Jeff Collier and Jacques Swanepoel in 2008. The company is dedicated to working with Enterprise and SMB’s to safeguard their data against disaster or loss through their Cloud, Private Cloud, Software, Appliance and Archiving produts. Stage2Data is the Master Distributor for Attix5 in North America and is a recognized leader in backup and recovery. Stage2Data is headquartered in Oakville, Ontario with offices in the USA. For additional information about the company, please visit stage2data.com.

About Attix5

Attix5 is an international provider of secure data management, storage and restoration, specializing in virtualization and cloud based solutions. Its world-class data protection software uses FIPS-compliant Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption for security and provides absolute peace of mind to listed Enterprises and SMEs across the world. Attix5 services the key global industry sectors, including Financial Services, Education and Retail. Attix5 is the SIMS partner for Capita Children´s Services in the UK and provides secure data back-up for 65% of UK Primary Schools, Founded in 1999, Attix5 is headquartered in the UK with offices in South Africa.

Founded in 1999, Attix5 is headquartered in the UK with offices in South Africa.

SensePost

SensePost is a trusted advisor that delivers insight, information and systems to enable customers to make strong decisions about Information Security that support their business performance. For additional information about SensePost, please visit sensepost.com/

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