(PRWEB) April 24, 2013
The office version of the Protector UTM Firewall appliance now begins at a mere 879 USD or 659 Euros, which is a boon for small to medium enterprises that have limited funding and are therefore susceptible to attack because they could only afford cheap protection or outright freeware for their IT threat management requirements.
These SMEs need not compromise on security ever again because SecPoint and their award-winning hardware and software protection which comes with advanced features ensure the safety of any and all companies big or small. Meanwhile, the Penetrator Vulnerability Scanner also has an office version as well with prices that begin from 1199 USD to 899 Euro. In contrast, the non-office version of the Penetrator typically costs about 800 USD at its most affordable and 2200 USD at its most expensive (other prices include the 1400 USD variety and the 1800 USD variety).
The office version enables SMEs to acquire premium-grade penetration services at a balanced cost, such that even though there's an 800 USD version of the SecPoint Penetrator, the office variety is the one that has the most balance in terms of value for the clientele's money, making it complete enough to include everything they need at the starting price of 1199 USD (or 899 Euro). At any rate, the main reason why Protector is a must buy whether in office or regular form is because it's the renowned SecPoint Powerful appliances when it comes to full network security and the most impregnable firewall hardware in the world until the next great SecPoint upgrade.
It delivers quality Antivirus, Content based web filtering, Deep scan anti-spam, and firewall VPN offerings in a manner that can service the smallest of SMEs to the largest of multinational corporations. The customer's network is ensured safe because the Protector UTM is always on the job, plugging up every security hole and providing every last possible safety measures known to man when it comes to IT security. As for the Penetrator, its main claim to fame is akin to what a vaccine offers to patients who want to avoid getting sick by viruses.
More to the point, it scans and identifies vulnerabilities while doing a low-scale version of how dangerous the exploit is if it were taken advantage of by hackers, crackers, online outlaws, virtual villains, and net ne'er-do-wells, which should allow the developers of a compromised application or operating system to come up with the necessary patches to deal with the situation.