Holistic cybersecurity offering helps SaaS companies secure themselves through ongoing web app monitoring, employee training, and security policy management.
Zeguro, an integrated cyber safety and insurance provider, today announced that it would be offering its Cyber Safety solution free of charge for a minimum of six months to help organizations of all sizes mitigate cyber risks that may be even more prevalent due to remote working during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Zeguro’s Cyber Safety solution helps mitigate risks through cybersecurity awareness training, web app vulnerability scanning, and security policies. Cyber risks, such as malware and spam attacks are on the rise, and unprecedented shelter-in-place and lockdown orders are forcing entire states, countries, and communities to work from home without proper employee security training. To help protect every organization from the digital unknown, Zeguro is offering its Starter bundle completely free for everyone that signed up starting March 1st, 2020 and continuing for six months.
Zeguro is also happy to assist larger organizations that require our Premium or Business plans to get more options, such as additional seats for training and/or more web vulnerability scans. For a complementary solution walk-through and a coupon code for larger cyber safety bundles, organizations should reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Startups and SMBs are especially vulnerable to cyber attacks,” explains Sidd Gavirneni, CEO of Zeguro. “Last year, 69% of SMBs in the US experienced a data breach, and those numbers are expected to increase due to the COVID-19 business realities. During these difficult economic circumstances, the best thing we can do to help is to offer our cybersecurity solution for free and reduce possible financial loss from cyber attacks.”
Zeguro also offers cyber insurance, priced based on a company’s unique risk profile. Many variables -- such as number of records stored, frequency of backups, whether or not the organization conducts regular web app vulnerability scanning -- can impact the pricing of a cyber insurance policy.