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Jan 23, 2019
Safety Detective security expert Aviva Zacks sat down with GamaSec CEO and co-founder Avi Bartov to find out how he got interested in cybersecurity and where he thinks the industry is headed.

Sep 28, 2016
Cloudbric to Team with GamaSec to Offer its Customers a Comprehensive Security Solution That Combines Vulnerability Scanning, Malware Detection and Web Application Firewall (WAF) Service

Sep 28, 2016
Adding financial protection to lower risk for small to midsized businesses

Dec 23, 2013
Israeli cloud security business GamaSec has launched a new cloud security product GamaWare and is positioning itself to enter the lucrative US cloud security service market.

Dec 19, 2013
GamaSec is an innovative Cyber security world leading provider of automated web site vulnerability scanning and Malware solutions based on Multinational, government and defense know how

Dec 19, 2012
Gamasec announced today their partnership with CloudFlare together, the companies will deliver top-rated website performance and security for small and midsize online businesses.

Dec 04, 2012
GamaSec launches online website vulnerability scan to customers via Parallels Automation offered to Triple C cloud Israeli customers in exclusivity

Nov 20, 2012
Clearly, Web applications are the biggest Achilles heel in an organization’s security strategy. They are much more difficult to protect than traditional applications that reside behind a firewall

Jul 09, 2012
Alentus announced today its partnership with GamaSec, a remote online website security scan service. GamaScan identifies web application vulnerabilities, provides real-time vital business solutions, and recommends optimally matched solutions

May 22, 2012
GamaSec provides the industry-leading cloud-based (SaaS) solution for identifying web site and web application vulnerabilities will be offered to Triple C cloud customer in exclusivity in Israel

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