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Infinite Group Inc. Introduces Nodeware Vulnerability Management Solution

Nodeware's plug-and-play system is intended to simplify and enhance security for SMBs.

Infinite Group Inc. (OTCBB:IMCI), a premier IT service and support organization, today announced the launch of its Nodeware Vulnerability Management Solution. Nodeware’s patent-pending technology enhances the security of Small and Midsized Businesses (SMBs) by proactively identifying, monitoring, and addressing potential vulnerabilities within their networks—all with “plug-and-play” simplicity.

"Nodeware is unique in the vulnerability management space because it provides 'always on' real-time vulnerability detection at a cost that’s affordable to businesses of all sizes," said James Villa, President and CEO of IGI. "This solution fills the security gap for SMBs, offering continuous monitoring and notification features that have not been widely available to them until now. Even better, its proprietary scoring system makes it easy to understand a network’s health at a glance."

Nodeware is a simple security solution that takes only minutes to set up within any network. Nodeware locates and identifies every connected device within that network—including computers, printers, routers and smartphones—and continuously scans those devices for vulnerabilities. An added benefit is the system’s ability to scan external IP addresses for vulnerabilities—providing true 360-degree vulnerability management. Nodeware then displays and prioritizes those issues on its system dashboard and offers users instructions on proper remediation. Both resellers and their SMB customers have access to the Nodeware Manager dashboard and can opt in to be alerted of critical issues via email or text as they occur.

"One of Nodeware’s best attributes is that it is flexible based on the needs and size of a business," Villa said. "Nodeware is equally effective whether your network has a handful of desktops or hundreds of devices of all different types. At less than 5 percent, Nodeware has very low network utilization in comparison to other products on the market, which helps to keep your network working efficiently." 

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