Comstar Technologies, a full-service national technology solutions firm, is pleased to officially announce a new partnership with Zaviant Consulting, a leader in data security, compliance, and privacy consulting. The strategic partnership enables Comstar to further enhance their cybersecurity offering while providing existing and future clients direct access to Zaviant’s deep bench of security and privacy professionals.
Through the partnership, additions to Comstar’s portfolio include data security and privacy assessments, virtual CISO (vCISO) and adversarial penetration testing powered by Zaviant. Based on the aforementioned capabilities and results of the assessment, Comstar then works in conjunction with Zaviant and the client to resolve, mediate and manage the client’s security response.
“We were thrilled to find a cybersecurity and privacy partner with the experience and agility that Zaviant embodies,” said Warren Reyburn, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Comstar Technologies. “Both Companies are rooted culturally in accountability and driven to provide an end-to-end solutions experience. With spikes in cyber insurance policy costs, evolving threats and increasing security and privacy regulations, this strategic partnership could not be better timed.”
The partnership comes on the heels of the House of Representatives passing November’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill which highlighted the critical need for investment in both physical security and cybersecurity. The White House called the bill “the largest investment in the resilience of physical and natural systems in American history.”
“Our partnership with Comstar has resulted in immediate opportunities for both organizations,” said Mihir Mistry, Vice President of Operations at Zaviant. “Where Zaviant begins and ends with cybersecurity, privacy, and compliance services, Comstar picks up with a high level of technical expertise to help our clients to secure their critical business infrastructure. We have truly hit the ground running and look forward to future opportunities.”
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