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Burlington, Canada – HostPapa, Inc., a leading Canadian cloud services provider specialized in web hosting solutions and cloud services for small and medium businesses (SMBs), is continuing its growth strategy by acquiring certain assets of HostLabs, the infrastructure and cloud brand, previously owned by Add2Net, Inc., alongside other supporting brands.

This marks the seventh brand acquired by HostPapa in the past twelve months as part of the company’s expansion strategy, which has already seen customers from Lunarpages, PacificHost, and Santa Barbara Web Hosting join the HostPapa family.


Founded in 1999, HostLabs has been providing premium hosting solutions for organizations of all sizes, including governments, eCommerce & SaaS technology businesses, and web development/marketing agencies with enterprise-level needs. Other assets in the acquisition include security brand SecureLive. The acquisition of HostLabs continues to strengthen HostPapa’s position in the United States market, and further builds upon its capabilities to provide solutions for larger organizations.

“We welcome all the HostLabs customers to the HostPapa family and look forward to providing each of them with excellent customer support through our dedicated PapaSquad team,” said HostPapa CEO, Jamie Opalchuk. Commenting on the acquisition, he added: “Through this acquisition we strengthen our commitment to providing both SMBs and larger organizations across the world, and specifically in the market in the United States, with market-leading cloud-based solutions, supported by robust technology and world-class technical support.”

For HostLabs customers, the acquisition provides access to enhanced infrastructure and a wide portfolio of fully-featured cloud services, backed by expert customer service ー multilingual, available 24/7 by phone, email or chat ー and powered by renewable green energy. In order to ensure a seamless and hassle-free transition, HostPapa will prioritize upgrading all the newly acquired customers’ infrastructure, along with enhancing their current support coverage and potential portfolio of services.

About HostPapa
HostPapa (www.hostpapa.com) based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, is a web hosting and cloud services provider for small businesses across the globe that started its journey in 2007. HostPapa is committed to providing a complete array of enterprise-grade solutions to every business owner. These services, traditionally out of reach to smaller businesses, are offered in a one-stop-shop, making it quick and easy for customers to select the services they need to grow. HostPapa backs these offerings with 24-7 award-winning multi-lingual customer support provided by the PapaSquad team of experts.

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NEW YORK AND TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – Zero Networks, the pioneer in zero trust networking, today announced the release of TrustMeter, a new free tool to help organizations better understand how much excessive network access exists inside their network.

According to Gartner, Inc.: “Excessive network trust leads to excessive latent risk. Network connectivity (even the right to ‘ping’ or see a server) should not be an entitlement; it should be earned based on trust. This excessive network trust will inevitably be exploited, leading to breaches and bringing legal, financial and regulatory exposure.”*


Risk due to excessive employee network access has always been a reality for businesses. However, with many employees working remotely due to COVID-19, this problem is now bigger and more urgent. It is easier to compromise a machine in the home network that is connected to an organization’s network than it is to compromise company-owned assets. Add to that the fact that since the start of COVID-19, hacking and phishing attempts have increased by 37% month-over-month, and it’s easy to see why organizational networks are at more risk than ever due to that excessive network access users have.

“Users and machines have way more network access than they need or ever should. This means that once an attacker compromises one machine inside the network, it’s easy for them to spread and do whatever they want,” said Benny Lakunishok, CEO, Zero Networks. “TrustMeter maps this excessive network trust and provides easy-to-consume visibility of this issue to IT and security teams so they can take action.”

TrustMeter extracts assets, entity, and identity information, and actively scans all assets to provide detailed information on what is accessible and vulnerable to exploitation. Scans can be run from any machine in the network to determine various scenarios, including:

-What risks remote workers are introducing to the network (VPN risk)
-Where an attacker can spread once they have taken control over one client machine inside the network
-What could be accessed if any server is compromised (data center breach)

Reports collected share complete analysis of each of the above scenarios, including more granular statistics on the composition of IP ranges and assets in the environment. Having a clear view of excessive network access has never been more important, and TrustMeter measures and maps this risk within an organization.

TrustMeter is a free tool that is available now to the community to help measure the risk in every network. The tool is being offered alongside Zero Networks’ announcement last month that it is offering its automated network control service free to companies in industries hit hard by COVID-19. To start using TrustMeter, visit the Zero Networks TrustMeter blog at https://zeronetworks.com/blog/introduction-to-trustmeter.

About Zero Networks:
Zero Networks prevents attacks from spreading and causing damage by automatically restricting network access to only what is normally needed, nothing more, for every device across the entire environment. The Zero Networks Access Orchestrator enables organizations to achieve a self-sustaining, zero trust networking stance, with no IT intervention required, by enabling legitimate users to use 2-step verification to access new devices or make rare connections. With Zero Networks, there are zero hassles, disruptions or worries, there is just trust in the network.

*Gartner “Zero Trust Is an Initial Step on the Roadmap to CARTA,” Neil MacDonald, 10 December 2018

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