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Fighting Cybercrime in a Recession: SECNAP Network Security Offers Security Health Checks at Special Pricing

BOCA RATON, Fla., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- What to do when virtually everything is in recession--except cybercrime? At a time when many security budgets have declined from year-ago levels, and many businesses can look no further than their basic needs, SECNAP(R) Network Security has responded with a new business strategy, including a pricing structure that reflects the current economy.

"The model has changed, at least for the near term," said Jim Garrity, vice president of sales and marketing for SECNAP Network Security. "Businesses aren't able to make the same security investments they could 24 or even 12 months ago, and yet security threats and cybercrime haven't dissipated. If anything, cybercriminals have become more aggressive in this economy."

To help Information Technology managers ensure that their security programs remain rock-solid in spite of reduced budgets, SECNAP Network Security provides special one-time discounts on its Security Health Check service.

Part of the company's comprehensive service portfolio, the Security Health Check delivers a snapshot of a client's overall security program, prioritizing risks, pointing out vulnerabilities that shouldn't be ignored, and offering remediation recommendations. Pricing is scaled to accommodate a wide range of organizations, based on the number of intelligent network devices included in the Health Check--whether the scope is under 100 or well over 2,000 devices.

"The Security Health Check can be leveraged to address the more serious vulnerabilities and retain a high level of security, despite recessionary budgets," said Garrity. "It also demonstrates to various stakeholders that a business is making every effort to do the right things, to the extent they are financially able this year."

SECNAP also offers aggressive pricing on the award-winning SpammerTrap(R) Email Security solution, available exclusively through its Channel One Partner Program. Thirty-day evaluations are complimentary and a six-month 100 percent money back guarantee is standard.

About SECNAP

SECNAP Network Security is a leading provider of security solutions for business, including the innovative SpammerTrap Email Security solution, available as an appliance or service to effectively stop spam, viruses and other cybercrime; a managed Network Security solution that ensures unrivaled 24/7 protection of network and information assets; and Security Services including external penetration testing, security health checks and compliance audits, web application and Wi-Fi assessments and more. For details visit www.secnap.com.

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