- Cybersecurity company WhiteHawk (WHK) enters a co-sell agreement with Dun and Bradstreet for cyber risk reporting
- The co-sell agreement will initially focus on public sector opportunities among federal, state and local government, federal system integrators and international government customers
- The company says the agreement will help manage government business and cyber risk at a cost-effective price point
- WhiteHawk last traded at 18 cents on September 2
Cybersecurity company WhiteHawk (WHK) has entered into a co-sell agreement with Dun and Bradstreet (DB) for cyber risk reporting.
The agreement will initially focus on Public Sector opportunities among federal, state and local government, federal system integrators and international government customers.
DB is a global provider of business decision-making data and analytics. Its public sector stretches across global government and government contractor clients.
Chip Lilliewood, Vice President of Government Programs and Channels for Dun and Bradstreet Public Sector said, “we look forward to working with WhiteHawk to provide government agencies with advanced cyber risk solutions and services that enable them to better protect and a nation’s most valuable assets”.
DB may expand this agreement to include additional scopes of work or engagement types as addendums.
Terry Roberts, the Executive Chair of WhiteHawk said it’s becoming a universal need to have the ability continuously evaluate, validate and monitor risk to an organisation in real time.
“Using our joint solutions, agencies and organisations can better manage business and cyber risk at a cost-effective price point,” said Ms Roberts.
“Together with Dun & Bradstreet we can deliver at greater scale and with broader impact.”
WhiteHawk last traded at 18 cents on September 2.