Border Patrol fills void, protects businesses with smaller networks
COLUMBUS, Ohio (July 10, 2002) ≠ Secure Interiors Inc., a provider of high strength, affordable Internet security protection, today announced the addition of Border Patrol 50 (BP-50) to its managed security service offerings. Secure Interiors provides security solutions to distributed enterprises ≠ remote, branch offices (ROBOs) of large corporations ≠ as well as small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs). The BP-50 service offering is designed to support sites with 25 or fewer network-attached devices.
Small businesses are moving to broadband Internet connections at a rapid pace and represent the largest segment of U.S.-based enterprises. However, until now they have been offered little protection from increasing Internet threats or attacks, according to Michael Guider, chief executive officer of Secure Interiors.
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