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SparkTrust Partners with IT in Mind to Defend Web Properties
IT in Mind has partnered with web security firm SparkTrust to deliver comprehensive web security services to their clients.
IT in Mind provides full-service professional IT consulting; as part of IT in Mind services, they deliver risk assessments and security audits for clients’ web properties. Rather than develop a new, in-house product, IT in Mind chose to rely on a dedicated security provider.
Three elements in particular stood out to Frederic Sune, Owner of IT in MIND: “It’s easy to set up and to use - in less than a minute you can add a new website, ready to scan. The tool is also online or in the ‘Cloud.’ The quality of the scan is impressive too, especially in the result report where you get a link to the solution or explanation of the vulnerability found.”
SparkTrust has created a truly user-friendly web security interface. This allows the same easy analysis for a multi-property network as a single property. SparkTrust’s pay-as-you-go licensing system enables partners to purchase new licenses as required. While economical for newer businesses, this also allows smooth scalability as their customer-base expands. Through SparkTrust’s customizable and automatically generated reports, partners can quickly brand SparkTrust reports with their own images, text, and logo, providing the website owners with an easy to understand summary of vulnerabilities or risks facing their websites.
“Since all scan reports are sent directly to my inbox, I don't have to check the online tool every day,” said Sune. “I love the idea of having only one place to check, especially when you manage several clients. It makes my job a lot easier.”
IT in Mind services are available at itinmind.ca.
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SparkTrust is a leading web security company whose mission is to help online businesses and websites maintain a strong reputation by mitigating risks to website security and cleaning up those that have been compromised by hackers.