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May 6, 2014

Sys-Con Article: Promisec Launches Global Partner Program

Promisec, a pioneer in endpoint security and compliance solutions, today launched a global partnership program that includes a number of leading-edge technology firms such as DCI,
May 12, 2014

Converge Network Article: Promisec Offers Endpoint Security Built On Microsoft Azure

Promisec introduced a suite of cloud-based solutions built on Microsoft Azure and designed to provide endpoint security for small-to-medium enterprise organizations. The Promisec Integrity enables IT
May 13, 2014

GRC Daily Article: Promisec Addresses Widespread Internet Explorer Vulnerability

Company provides free fix for companies to reduce their risk level while minimizing disruption to the user experience Promisec, a pioneer in endpoint security and compliance
May 13, 2014

Security Daily Article: Promisec Addresses Widespread Internet Explorer Vulnerability

Company provides free fix for companies to reduce their risk level while minimizing disruption to the user experience Promisec, a pioneer in endpoint security and compliance
May 16, 2014

Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Journal Article: Endpoint Security for Small-to-Medium Enterprise

Promisec, a pioneer in endpoint security and compliance solutions, has announced the general availability of Promisec Integrity, a suite of cloud-based offerings designed to provide endpoint
May 19, 2014

“Antivirus is Dead” Comment Underscores Value of Endpoint Security

When a Symantec executive told the The Wall Street Journal that antivirus “is dead” on May 5, the security world took notice. The implications of this
May 26, 2014

Security Risks Compel Users to Replace Windows XP

Microsoft has been warning users for a long time that it would stop supporting Windows XP, encouraging users to migrate to Windows 8. As of April
May 27, 2014

Computer Technology Review Article: Small Business, Big Risk: Cybersecurity More Essential Than Ever For SMBs

Sometimes it seems like the big guys get all the attention. Among many others, significant cyberattacks on Target, Twitter, Living Social, Adobe, The New York Times, and