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2/3/2016
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Promisec Partners with Performanta to Expand Global Reach

Partnership Strengthens Promisec's MSSP Partner Program

NEEDHAM, Mass. February 2, 2016Promisec, a pioneer in endpoint detection and response, today announced a partnership with Performanta, a rapidly growing, global Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) with offices in Johannesburg, Amsterdam, London and Sydney.

Through these locations, Performanta provides its customers globally with best of breed security technology solutions and highly skilled technical resources.

“Promisec and their agentless endpoint security and management technology have increased our ability to effectively manage and protect our customers’ endpoints and data. This can be provided substantially quicker than agent based technology which gets results faster for our customers,” said Keith Christie-Smith, Sales Manager, Performanta UK.

The partnership further strengthens Promisec’s partner program, which is designed to deliver shared benefits, and drive increased customer value and satisfaction with more innovative, comprehensive security solutions.

MSSP partners like Performanta are specially trained on Promisec's market leading endpoint security and compliance solutions to ensure that enterprises and organizations around the world get maximum value.

“We are excited to partner with Performanta to deliver the most complete endpoint solution for today's increasingly sophisticated cyber threat landscape,” said Noel Slane, VP Global Sales and marketing at Promisec. “A comprehensive endpoint security system is essential to protect against today’s threats. We provide the industry’s most accurate view of endpoint risks, giving companies the information and tools they need to quickly identify and remediate threats.”

Promisec Endpoint Manager is the first and only agentless solution that delivers 100% Endpoint Detection and Remediation capabilities across all desktop, laptop and server systems supporting Windows, Linux and Mac, while extending the value of a company’s existing information security investments. The EDR product provides a single application view across Security, Cyber Investigations, Compliance and Software Inventory Asset management leveraging patented, agentless technology to quickly and remotely inspect your entire endpoint environment to uncover, analyze, and remediate abnormalities that lead to advanced attacks, failed audits or faulty business intelligence.

About Promisec

Promisec is a pioneer in endpoint visibility and remediation and a leader in the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) market defined by Gartner, empowering organizations to avoid threats and disarm attacks that can lead to unwanted headlines and penalties. Promisec’s patented, agentless 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. More globally recognized companies trust in Promisec to stay secure, compliant and operationally efficient. Visit www.promisec.com for more information.

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