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New YouTube Videos for Client, Promisec, Features “The Promisec Promise.”

Today, we’re launching a new initiative for client, Promisec.  It's two new videos that we helped produce for distribution on YouTube.  The first one asks important questions that you need to know the answers to, in order to secure your network from internal threats.  The second is a quick demonstration of our three core products. Important Questions to Ask – And " The Promisec Promise": Product Overview: As you can see in the first video shown above, we’re issuing a call to action for what we call “the Promisec Promise.” Our offer is simple and compelling:  give us just 60 minutes of your time to demonstrate our agentless solutions and inspect your network. If Promisec don’t find at least one potential threat on any endpoint in your organization, you can have Promisec Spectator for six months at absolutely no charge. The second video quickly demonstrates Promisec Spectator, Promisec  INNERSpace and our newest entry, Promisec Asset Manager.  The videos feature Promisec's VP of Sales, Ari Tammam, who’s done a great job of taking the role of our public spokesperson. If you're reading this blog and have a network that needs inspecting, give our client, Promisec a...

Promisec’s New Internal Threat Encyclopedia Launches Today

Today, client, Promisec is moving forward with yet another milestone  as being more than just a security product company, with the release of their free, online Internal Threat Encyclopedia. You may link to the press release here. At first glance, you might think the Encyclopedia- as just that: an Encyclopedia.  But it’s more.  Much more.  It’s a very helpful tool that lists and dates dozens of potential threats and ranks them on a five – part scale, ranging from “extremely critical” to “not critical.”   Promisec is making sure that the newest threats, such as Timbuktu, TightVNC, and PC-Duo, are included and described with information on manufacturer, systems affected, relevant links, and date added. They’ve also added some really good and very timely monthly charts showing how internal network risk trends have changed in the past year, an internal security tips and tricks section, articles on recent internal security incidents, an overview of internal threats, and a wide array of other resources. Journalists, analysts, bloggers, needing further information and for interviews, call email: bage at weinkrantz dot...