Security AND Backup – A critical part to any Security Conversation

There is the general misconception among smaller organisations that – because of their size, that they are based in New Zealand or the fact that it simply hasn’t happened yet – that they could not possibly fall victim to a malware/ ransomware attack. That last point causes the most frustration for IT professionals when they talk to a client who fires back with “why do I need this”.

Soft Solutions, in partnership with StorageCraft and Malwarebytes would like to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday the 16th of May to talk about two important pillars in a layered security offering, to help empower you to have these discussions and safe guard that which matters most to their business – their data.

It’s about your tools that take care of the malware that attempts to breach your systems AND the backup being reliant, available and quick to restore in critical events. Having products that fit effectively into that space WITH synergy can mean all the difference between telling a comprehensive security story and telling a story of misery.

We can think of no better partnership to execute this success, than Malwarebytes for premium Anti-Malware with Breach Remediation and StorageCraft for reliable, ultra-fast and effective system back-ups. Join us, as Brett Callaughan (Malwarebytes SE) and Karl Thomson (StorageCraft SE) outline the changing landscape of security, the prevalence of Ransomware and how you too can deliver a synergistic protection, remediation and backup story through choosing smarter solutions.

As a thank you for joining us on the webinar, all attendees that stay throughout the entirety of the session will go into the draw to win a $50 gift card. The winner will be announced at the end of the webinar. You must be a registered Soft Solutions reseller to be eligible for the gift card.

Webinar details:

Contact the Sales Team for more information on each solution and we look forward to seeing you at the webinar.

Soft Solutions Sales
Phone: 0-9-306 0450, Freephone: 0-800-733 233