Risk I/O Goes Freemium - Free Account and New Premium Plans Added, Enterprise Plan Remains

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Risk I/O has moved to a freemium pricing plan for their vulnerability management tool as a part of ongoing growth. With the new plans, businesses and organizations can enjoy a free, complete version of the service or one of the new premium plans that offer advanced features and greater integration.

HoneyApps, Inc. has announced the addition of a free plan as well as additional premium plans for their flagship vulnerability management product, Risk I/O. With this “freemium” model, security consultants, powers users and enterprise customers can utilize advanced tools for vulnerability management and analytic reporting while users with simpler needs can continue using the tool at no cost.

Risk I/O’s new “forever free” plan offers the tools needed to centralize an organization’s vulnerability data across applications, networks, servers and databases and track each vulnerability through its lifecycle. It’s ideal for those interested in taking that first step towards a more secure organization.

In addition to the new “forever free” plan, the new premium plans are offered in several tiers starting at $999/mo. with various pricing levels to fit specific needs from a basic plan targeted towards security consultants up to an unlimited enterprise-level package. All customers (“forever free” withstanding) will receive a 30-day free trial of their chosen plan.

“Our new freemium pricing plan allows for organizations of all sizes to effectively manage and secure their information assets,” said Ed Bellis, CEO and cofounder of HoneyApps. “It’s alway been important to us that security wasn’t reserved for only those who could afford to pay the price. By allowing all to use our service, we can help raise the security posture of the entire neighborhood.”

By signing up for the premium plans, customers will enjoy business-specific features including integration with additional tools and services, an open API, email & phone support, bug tracker integration, and much more. Additionally, tools such as custom fields and reporting will help businesses and organizations stay abreast of their overall vulnerability management performance. The pricing levels are specifically designed to create ideal niches for customers ranging from small and mid-market companies to enterprises with large-scale security needs.

Risk I/O’s flagship vulnerability management tool has assisted over 130 companies in managing and monitoring over one million vulnerabilities that threaten their company assets. Customers include a remarkable list of top brands who choose Risk I/O for their unique approach to managing organizational vulnerabilities.

The company has grown rapidly since raising Series-A funding from Tugboat Ventures and Hyde Park Angels. In the interim, Risk I/O has released major upgrades including additional connectors, a powerful new vulnerability search architecture, asset tagging, scoring and metrics, a robust API, optimized data and system software, industry comparison through benchmarking, vulnerability metadata storage through custom fields, ticketing & bug tracking integration, custom reporting and an automated remediation workflow. Risk I/O has also announced partnerships with vulnerability assessment solution providers Rapid7 and Qualys, as well as cloud computing provider Rackspace.

About Risk I/O
Risk I/O, powered by HoneyApps, is reinventing vulnerability management by simplifying the complexities inherent in securing an organization's assets. Their Software as a Service collapses the critical time elapsed between the detection of a vulnerability and its resolution by automating the vulnerability management process behind the tools. They provide their customers with unsurpassed expertise through a flexible service. Their SaaS-powered application delivers advanced security solutions formerly reserved for large enterprises through an easy-to-use interface.

For more information, visit http://www.risk.io.

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