BeyondTrust Offers Free Heartbleed Vulnerability Check

by

April 11, 2014

heartbleed virus

As you’ve likely seen, a major online security vulnerability dubbed “Heartbleed” has headlined recent technology news cycles.  To help you scan your environment for this OpenSSL flaw, the team at BeyondTrust is offering you full use of their BeyondSaaS Cloud-Based Vulnerability Assessment engine at no cost for 90-days. Go here to start scanning.

Existing clients, you have nothing to worry about.  Our managed IT services programs are already down the road making sure the right protections are in place.

This latest vulnerability is a stark reminder of the critical importance of ongoing assessment of your network perimeter. If you’re not already protecting and scanning your external environment, Integris can help and help quickly. We are your Baltimore, Washington, DC And Across Maryland IT consulting firm and offer your business  a strong focus on computer and network security. We will  help make sure your business is properly protected from all computer viruses, spam, malicious hacking attempts and other computer malware.

You are protected around the clock.  We manage and keep an eye on what is coming in and out of your network around-the-clock.

Call (888) 330-8808 or email us at sales@integrisit.com to book your complimentary computer and network security review.  We are here to help protect your Baltimore, Washington, DC And Across Maryland business.

We're Integris. We're always working to empower people through technology.

Keep reading

Benefits of a NIST Cybersecurity Framework Risk Assessment

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released the cybersecurity framework risk assessment in 2014. It is an impressive and detailed resource that allows a wide range of industries to better manage and understand their cybersecurity efforts. Many...

Information Technology Consulting Firms: Tips for Common IT Problems

When you run a business, you will run into standard information technology (IT) issues. Security breaches, broken technology, lost data, and forgotten login information will happen in only a matter of time – which is why it’s crucial to have information technology...