New York, NY – April 15, 2021 – Siriux Security Technologies, an industry leader in SaaS security risk management, is proud to announce its designation as a Distinguished Vendor in this year’s Second Quarter 2021 TAG Cyber Security Quarterly.
The TAG Cyber analyst team has selected Siriux, along with just 30 other industry-leading cyber security solution providers, to assist with this quarter’s report.
“Working in the cybersecurity field for as long as I have, establishing relationships with people you trust is one of my highest priorities. The team at TAG Cyber is a group of people that I respect and when they named Siriux a Designated Vendor, it was something that really proved to me that the work we’re doing at Siriux is making a difference,” said Aaron Turner, Founder and CEO of Siriux Security Technologies.
The Q2 021 Security Quarterly is a report offering expert guidance, analysis, and education across the entire cyber security ecosystem.
“We are proud to feature Siriux in this publication,” said Katie Teitler, VP of Research and Advisory at TAG Cyber. “Their support is invaluable to us, and their SaaS risk assessment and remediation platform brings great value to the industry.”
About Siriux Security Technologies, Inc.
Siriux Security Technologies takes risk management for SaaS products seriously. In 2020, after three years of R&D, Siriux experts released two types of SaaS Vulnerability Assessment tools for Microsoft 365 — Quick Scans and Vulnerability Assessments. Using these tools, organizations can identify and remediate significant security vulnerabilities throughout their SaaS products.
About TAG Cyber
TAG Cyber is a trusted cyber security research analyst firm providing unbiased industry insights and recommendations to security solution providers and Fortune 100 enterprises. Founded in 2016 by Dr. Edward Amoroso, former SVP/CSO of AT&T, the company bucks the trend of pay-for-play research by offering in-depth research, market analysis, consulting, and personalized content based on hundreds of engagements with clients and non-clients alike—all from a former practitioner perspective.