BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, December 31, 2018 –ThreatAdvice, a provider of cybersecurity education, awareness and threat intelligence finished the year strong, finalizing contracts with several enterprise businesses including Halski Systems, SHI and Aesto Health.
Halski Systems, a managed services provider based in Gainesville, Ga., plans to provide ThreatAdvice to all of its clients adding 6000 end-user seats to ThreatAdvice. Companies who utilize Halski for their technology needs will now have built in reassurance that they are taking steps to educate their customers on proper cyber practices to reduce the likeliness of the company being attacked.
“We feel strongly that all companies need to include cyber education as a part of their overall cybersecurity strategy and that’s why we have opted to provide it at no additional charge for companies who utilize Halski Systems as their managed services provider,” said Seth Seagraves, CEO of Halski Systems. “When we evaluated cybersecurity education providers we were impressed with ThreatAdvice’s cyber education content and delivery method and felt they were the best company to partner with to offer these solutions,” he said.
ThreatAdvice has also signed a contract to be an official vendor of SHI, an $8.5 billion dollar global provider of information technology products and services whose customers include state and local governments, the education sector and enterprise level businesses. Additionally ThreatAdvice has signed a reseller deal with Aesto Health, a healthcare information technology-focused company.
As ThreatAdvice closes out the year, it has reached several other milestones:
- 25 new cybersecurity education courses added to the ThreatAdvice System
- 31,997 phishing emails sent to end users to test their cybersecurity savviness
- 237,842 cybersecurity education courses completed resulting in better educated employees
“2018 has been a great year for ThreatAdvice,” said David Brasfield, CEO of ThreatAdvice. “We have released six major updates to our solution and continue to gain traction with value-added resellers and partners who see the benefit of offering ThreatAdvice through their sales channels,” he said.
ThreatAdvice, a company under the NXTsoft (www.nxtsoft.com) umbrella was founded in 2016 to provide entities of all types with comprehensive cybersecurity protection by offering tools to educate employees on good cyber practices, simulate cyberattacks through phishing exercises, and provide actionable real-time threat intelligence. For more information visit threatadvice.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the company at 1.800.915.3381.