Fast-growing ASX-listed cyber security exchange WhiteHawk today (28 July) announced that it has won a US Federal Government contract as a prime supplier to implement its Cyber Risk Radar, providing monitoring, prioritisation, and near real-time mitigation of an enterprise’s teammates, vendors, or supply chain’s cyber risks over time, including the identification and prioritisation of a risk mitigation strategy.

“After a very successful proof of value early last year, now we are putting in place our first five-year Cyber Risk Radar contract with a sophisticated U.S. Government CIO, who will work with us to take the capabilities of our platform and virtual services to the next level,” says CEO and founder Terry Roberts.

“This is about protecting a major US Government organisation from vendor risk,” she says, adding: “The big deal for us is that we are the prime contractor this is a direct contract with us it’s not through another contractor.”

WhiteHawk has developed an online self-service, cybersecurity exchange, simplifying how companies and organisations implement cybersecurity solutions. 

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