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Promisec Launches Freemium Endpoint Monitoring Service

Freemium Product Provides Critical MSSP/ OEM Support for Security Service Providers in Promisec's Partners Program

NEEDHAM, Mass. April 14, 2015Promisec, a pioneer in endpoint detection and remediation, launched a “Freemium” version of its popular Integrity Professional service designed to help small-to-medium businesses detect and remediate endpoint security threats. The Freemium product also provides MSSP/ OEM support in Promisec’s partnership network that want to leverage the solution as part of a managed service offering.

Freemium users of Integrity Professional will enjoy full product functionality for as many as 50 endpoints, including an endpoint health check report, which checks for specific advanced malware, as well as patch management validation, endpoint protection validation services and unauthorized application visibility. Customers that upgrade to Integrity Professional will enjoy virtually unlimited scaling to address customer environments with thousands of endpoints as well as live year-round 24x7 support.  Freemium and Professional versions of Integrity offer compliance reporting for PCI DSS and HIPAA standards.

Designed to meet the unique needs of small-to-medium enterprise environments, Promisec Integrity leverages the flexibility and scalability of the cloud to offer advanced cyber-protection, while retaining the same nimble agentless functionality as the company’s on-premise Promisec Endpoint Manager (PEM) offering.

“We are excited to provide a comprehensive platform that will enable small to medium sized companies to quickly assess their level of endpoint security risk and immediately take action to protect against today’s most dangerous cyber-threats,” said Dan Ross, CEO, Promisec. “In today’s complex threat environment, companies need a dynamic system that can monitor multiple entry points with detailed reporting on the state of their environment.”

Promisec Integrity is the industry’s first Software-as-a-Service offering with out-of-the-box functionalities to detect some of the most sophisticated malware and cyber-threats and provide actionable insight for remediating issues and limiting business impact. Built for complex environments with thousands of endpoints, the solution ensures that all leading anti-virus agents are up to date and running, leading patch management solutions are deployed and operational and informs definitively when untrusted, blacklisted software is running within a company’s environment.

Promisec Premiere partners like ReliaQuest leverage Integrity to help customers identify and manage endpoint security risk. "We leverage freemium and professional versions of Integrity to help our customers identify problems faster and immediately begin remediation efforts,” said Brian Murphy, CEO of ReliaQuest. “This results in a significantly better threat response, higher customer satisfaction and lower delivery costs.”


 ·         Integrity Pricing: http://www.promisec.com/integrity-pricing/

About Promisec

Promisec is a pioneer in endpoint visibility and remediation, empowering organizations to avoid threats and disarm attacks that can lead to unwanted headlines and penalties. Promisec’s technology assures users that their endpoints are secure, audits are clean, regulations are met and vulnerabilities are addressed proactively to ensure the integrity of enterprise IT. The Promisec Endpoint Management solution provides the power of agentless visibility and remediation before these threats can have impact, ensuring endpoint security, compliance and operational efficiency. More than 400 globally recognized companies trust in Promisec to stay secure, compliant and operationally efficient. Visit www.promisec.com for more information.


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