Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 16, 2010
Today FactNgN, LLC has launched its new service called SalvusAlerting an intelligent alerting engine that monitors hundreds of software and hardware vulnerabilities, cataloging each one and alerting subscribers to matches.
Subscribers to SalvusAlerting.com are notified within minutes of vulnerability data that matches their particular needs only, rather than combing through hundreds of unrelated security vulnerabilities. The service covers most major operating systems, content management systems, popular browsers, mobile phones and networking hardware. Future plans include adding voice phone call support.
Cyber Attackers target unpatched websites and servers.
Cyber attacks are on the rise and show no sign of stopping. Reuters recently reported that hackers have successfully penetrated banks, and electrical generation facilities. Their aim is stealing money, intellectual property, planting viruses and taking control of servers. Attacks are successful for many reasons, but one of the chief causes is unpatched websites and servers.
SalvusAlerting subscriptions available immediately
SalvusAlerting.com service and pricing caters to the small and medium business markets who often are the successful targets of hackers. Keeping them apprised of vulnerabilities and patches that could impact their business.
Finding and keeping up with all the patches is not only a full time job, its a resource intensive one. "Michel Van AgtMaal of OpenSourceSupportDesk.com said We see the positive impact of keeping up with Vulnerabilities every day. I strongly recommend SalvusAlerting."
Founded in 2010, FactNgN, LLC provides Intelligent Alerting Systems. The company develops a number of digital alerting products suited for an array of industries.
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