Pontiac-based RazorThreat has introduced an all-in-one managed security service to detect unauthorized access and customized network attacks for small business.
RazorDetect provides cost-effective, big-business-style security and network monitoring for small businesses.
“RazorDetect brings the power of the TAC’s threat detection and network monitoring to small business in an all-in-one managed security service, enabling maximum security and network monitoring with minimal effort and at a low monthly fee,” said Greg Guidice, president and CEO of RazorThreat. “Designed for businesses with small to no IT staffs, RazorDetect is ideally suited for credit unions, regional banks, mortgage lenders, and law and accounting firms that need enterprise-class protection of their clients’ personal information but might not have a dedicated IT staff.”
RazorDetect is a low-cost managed service that dramatically increases network security, enhancing the effectiveness of security and network systems already in place by finding internal and external threats they miss.
RazorDetect is priced at $320 per month and includes the RazorDetect appliance, installation, immediate threat notification, monthly reports and updates. RazorDetect is fully upgradeable to other TAC products. RazorDetect is a budget-friendly threat information and network monitoring service designed specifically for small businesses.
RazorThreat provides threat intelligence and risk management software that protects intellectual capital and personal information from all known and yet to be discovered threats that get through existing security and network software. The software allows organizations to easily detect, review and remediate network-based security threats and vulnerabilities regardless of their source, identifying ‘true risk” to the enterprise. The primary benefit of RazorThreat’s software is it finds the unknown threats other security systems miss increasing the ROI of existing security solutions freeing up existing personnel to focus on other initiatives.
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