Rhino Security Labs Celebrates Release of New Security Service

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Security firm launches WebSecure service to protect websites and strengthen customer trust.

Rhino WebSecure trustmark

Rhino WebSecure trustmark

SMBs not only want to ensure their site is secure, but use their security status to help drive customer engagement. That's what we're here to do.

Rhino Security Labs, a leading provider of IT security services, announced the release of their new service, Rhino WebSecure, designed to protect websites and visitors from malware and hacker attacks. The service is also targeted at boosting customer confidence via a security seal, confirming the security posture of WebSecure customer sites.

With website attacks on the rise, the company saw a need from site owners and visitors for strengthened security to manage the risk and anxiety surrounding online transactions.
 
The company’s co-founder and principal consultant, Benjamin Caudill, spoke about what makes WebSecure different from competing products: “We saw a need for integrating meaningful security testing with a trusted web seal. SMBs not only want to ensure their site is secure, but use their security status to help drive customer engagement. That's what we're here to do."
 
Caudill went on to explain that WebSecure’s proof of security seal uses anti-spoofing technology to ensure site visitors only see the WebSecure seal when a site has been certified secure.
 
In conjunction with the release of WebSecure, the company has also announced they will be donating the service to qualifying non-profit institutions in order to provide these organizations with a similar level of security as their commercial counterparts.
 
About Rhino Security Labs: Rhino Security Labs provides managed security and assessment services to protect businesses from real-world IT security threats. By pairing top tier security professionals and technologies, we enable organizations - from small-and-medium companies to the Fortune 500 - to protect their infrastructure and reduce their cyber risk.

Visit http://www.RhinoSecurityLabs.com to learn more.

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