Tangible Software acquires managed security services firm

Acquisition will boost cyber offerings to federal, commercial markets

Tangible Software Inc. has acquired N2 Net Security in a move to boost its cybersecurity solutions to federal and commercial markets.

Headquarted in Cary, North Carolina, N2 Net Security is a managed security services provider, specializing in penetration testing, secure product development, SIEM implementation and PCI compliance, Tangible Software said in a release.

“We're now able to offer a broader range of high-impact technology-enabled network security solutions delivered by people that literally wrote the book on penetration testing and SIEM implementation, and have presented at conferences such as Black Hat and DEFCON,” said Tangible executive chairman Mark Mykityshyn.

Tangible Software is a cybersecurity firm that specializes in technology-enabled solutions that serve the federal government.

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