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High-Tech Bridge to partner with Open Security Foundation

December 20, 2012

High-Tech Bridge is pleased to announce its partnership with the Open Security Foundation (OSF) and Open Security Vulnerability Database (OSVDB) in particular.

Ilia Kolochenko, CEO of High-Tech Bridge, says “At High-Tech Bridge, we are pleased to welcome the founders of OSF, Jake Kouns and Brian Martin to our Advisory Board. Their unique experience and competence in vulnerability research and management will be extremely useful in advising our company. Strong technical collaboration between High-Tech Bridge Research Lab, which has obtained both CVE and CWE Compatible statuses this year, and OSVDB shall be fruitful for both the information security and vulnerability research communities. In the near future we are also planning to collaborate in the domain of vulnerability research leveraging our new SaaS ImmuniWeb®, to be launched in January 2013 in a Beta mode.”

Brian Martin, President and COO of Open Security Foundation, adds “High-Tech Bridge has shown serious dedication to providing pro bono vulnerability research for hundreds of software vendors, as well as constantly enhancing their vulnerability research and disclosure process. This drive for maintaining high standards is exactly what the OSF looks for in the industry.”


About Open Security Foundation

Open Security Foundation (OSF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public organization founded and operated by information security enthusiasts. Open Security Foundation provides independent, accurate, detailed, current, and unbiased security information. Open Security Foundation runs the Open Source Vulnerability Database (OSVDB), the DataLossDB, and other projects. OSVDB currently covers over 87,000 vulnerabilities, spanning over 59,000 products, covering vulnerabilities from the last 109 years.