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Platform Deep Dive: Co-branded Pentest Reports

As of July, partners can include their logo on pentest reports for our shared customers.

As of July, partners can include their logo on pentest reports for our shared customers. This blog posts goes over the new functionality and how to enable it.  

Access and Control Permissions for Co-branded Reports

All pentest team members have access to co-branded reports once co-branding is enabled by the partner's organization owner. Only partner organization owners have controls to enable/disable co-branding, upload a logo, and edit a logo to appear on pentest reports.

Enabling Co-branded Reports

Partner organization owners who want to enable co-branding for their managed clients should follow these steps:

1. Reach out to Cobalt at support@cobalt.io, requesting access to the co-branding functionality. Your request should include the following information: 

  • Your name
  • Your organization’s name
  • List of client organizations you manage
  • Reason for contact: Need partner co-branding functionality enabled 

Once our team receives this information, it will verify and enable the co-branding functionality, enabling to edit the branding of your clients’ pentest reports.

2. Once you have the co-branded functionality enabled, confirm this change by going to the People tab within your organization in the Cobalt platform.

3. Go to the drop-down in the top left corner of the platform and select the client organization.

4. Go to the Settings tab to control co-branding. You will see Report Branding controls to:

  • Upload your logo image
  • Apply your uploaded image for co-branding on all reports (optional)

5. Upload the logo you want to be displayed on clients' pentest reports. Please note: There is a max file size limit of 2 MB and image size limit of 500px X 200px. You can crop logo files as needed.

6. Click on the Upload button to save your changes. Select the Apply checkbox and click Save.

7. To confirm co-branding is working for your clients’ pentest reports, go to the Pentests tab and filter by Remediation or Closed under State. Pick a pentest from the filtered list, select the Report tab and download one of the reports — it should have the image you uploaded alongside the Cobalt logo.

8. To enable co-branding for additional client organizations, repeat steps 3 through 7.

Disabling Co-branded Reports

To disable co-branding for any of your client organizations, go to the Settings tab in the Cobalt platform, uncheck the Apply checkbox and click Save.

In closing, see how Cobalt's pentest reports save you time and money to meet all of your security testing requirements.

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About Yogi Petkar
Yogi Petkar has more than 15 years of experience working in the technology sector with companies ranging from fortune 500 to startups. He currently works at Cobalt, a fully remote cybersecurity company with a mission to modernize traditional pentesting via a SaaS platform coupled with an exclusive community of vetted, highly skilled testers. He leads the Customer Experience Product Management team and shares regular PtaaS platform updates via his content deep dives highlighting new penetration testing features. More By Yogi Petkar
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