Atlanta, GA | June 11, 2015 - Stonebranch, a leading provider of modern workload automation solutions, is pleased to announce no technical vulnerabilities were found during a thorough penetration test of Universal Command and Universal Data Mover™ by Secuvera GmbH, a security expert firm.
All tests were conducted at LVM's facility in Münster, Germany over 32 hours between March 9 and March 12, 2015. Three different hosts (z/OS, UNIX, Windows Server) were scanned for known vulnerabilities. No vulnerabilities were identified.
"We take an enormous amount of pride in the inherent security found within Universal Data Mover™", says Dr. Gregor Heinrich, Chief Technology Officer for Stonebranch. "The results of this penetration test by respected security experts validates our belief no competitor can match Stonebranch's Universal Automation Center™ in terms of technology. We view penetration testing as an essential part of our information security strategy."
Results of this penetration test were unveiled today in Nuremberg before attendees at the annual Stonebranch User Group Germany conference.