In today’s cybersecurity market, it can be difficult for a small business to catch the attention of the major security players. Oftentimes, those large players offer a scaled-back version of their enterprise solution at a lower price or a souped-up version of their consumer product.
Neither option tends to meet the needs of the type of small business that is frequently the target of malware or ransomware attacks.
Some folks in Lincoln, Nebraska didn’t particularly care for that status quo and decided to do something about it. Over the past decade, CEO Justin Kallhoff and the crew over at Infogressive have built an enterprise spread over 44 states and 20 countries, comprising over 21,000 seats.
Not so small a business after all, is it? Watch the video here:
VIDEO: Matt Stephenson of Cylance With Justin Kalloff of Infogressive
Says Kallhoff, “We wanted to bring the (security) technology down to the small and medium businesses that couldn’t afford all the technology that they needed. So we’ve built a managed security service around Cylance, enabling those small businesses to be able to afford the technology as well.”
He thinks that with a projected $2.1 trillion at stake in cybersecurity breaches, staying on top of security is necessary for everyone. This, he says, is Infogressive’s mission in the world. “The small guys are getting their butts kicked by the bad guys, just as much as the big enterprises, so it’s our goal to protect the small guy as well as the big guy.”
Kallhoff goes on, “Often, when we do proof of concepts with those SMBs (small and medium-sized businesses) more often than not, we actually find malware in their environments. The first question out of their mouths is usually, ‘Now what?’”
Find out all you need to know about Infogressive's unique approach at https://infogressive.com and @infogressive. Follow Justin Kallhoff on Twitter at @justinkallhoff. What are Infogressive doing to protect their endpoints? Using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning housed within CylancePROTECT®. How does that work? Check it out here.