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  • WhiteHawk’s (WHK) Cyber Risk Scorecards are now up for sale on Amazon Web Services
  • Cyber Risk Scorecards can be purchased via the Amazon Web Services Marketplace, allowing WhiteHawk to market and sell to both industry and government clients without requiring contract vehicles
  • WhiteHawk shares were down 2.5 per cent, trading at 19.5 cents at 11:35 am AEST

WhiteHawk’s (WHK) Cyber Risk Scorecards are now up for sale on Amazon Web Services.

WhiteHawk is an online cyber security exchange which enables businesses to take action to prevent cybercrime and fraud with the use of its Cyber Risk Scorecards, virtual consults and solution options.

Cyber Risk Scorecards can now be purchased via the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, a subsidiary of Amazon which provides on-demand cloud computing platforms on a pay-as-you-go basis. This will allow WhiteHawk to market and sell to both industry and government clients without requiring contract vehicles.

“During COVID we have seen procurement and contracting paperwork delays of months, to a year or more,” Terry Roberts, Executive Chair of WhiteHawk said.

“By being vetted and onboarded to the AWS Partner Network, we decided to fully leverage the proven and accessible AWS Marketplace for APN cloud-based product lines and services.”

Mr Roberts also noted that this allows sales to become streamlined and seamless, with no additional contract vehicle being required.

The company says by purchasing scorecards annually or quarterly, U.S. Defence Industrial Base and Federal clients can seamlessly baseline and monitor their suppliers, complying with their regulatory framework.

“In addition to selling our Cyber Risk product lines we can bring in and sell our most innovative cloud-based partners,” Mr Roberts commented.

WhiteHawk shares were down 2.5 per cent, trading at 19.5 cents at 11:35 am AEST.

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