Comodo in the News: How Comodo Endpoint Security Customer Mid-South Steel Keeps Malware in Check

September 30, 2015 | By Comodo

Endpoint Security

In a new article in Baseline Magazine, Comodo endpoint security customer Mid-South Steel talks about the challenges the company had with other security technology, before switching to Comodo and its Endpoint Security Management solution.

A sample of the article below:

Unhappy with its existing malware, the manufacturer deployed a security system that provides real-time threat containment and multi-layered endpoint defense.

Based in Missouri near the Mississippi River, Mid-South Steel Products manufactures, installs and services large fuel tanks and petroleum equipment. Its IT network encompasses everything from company patents and intellectual property to payroll and employee records, so top-notch security is essential.

The company was unhappy with its malware, which did not secure it from all cyber-attacks, according to IT Director Sonny Underwood.  He adds that the system had “a steep learning curve,” which posed a challenge even for “an advanced computer guy like me.”

Realizing that the shortcomings of that malware had left his company with points of vulnerability, Underwood felt compelled to find an alternative means to secure the business network. Given the small size of the IT department, he knew they needed to balance security with ease of implementation and “streamlined management function.”

Underwood says he found that ideal combination of capabilities in the Comodo Endpoint Security Management (ESM) software suite. It offered Mid-South all the layers of defense he wanted in a system, and it was quick to learn and easy to use.

Read the full article in Baseline Magazine at: http://www.baselinemag.com/security/how-mid-south-steel-keeps-malware-in-check.html#sthash.jzJBM7oG.dpuf

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