Partner

Meet Our Partners

Every successful business forms strong partnerships with other like-minded organizations. ThreatAdvice’s goal is to help combat new cybersecurity risks for all businesses and are always looking for new partners who share our vision. We currently have partnerships with these notable companies.

BankerAdviceBankerAdvice is a sister company of ThreatAdvice. BankerAdvice acts as a clearinghouse for information between financial institutions and vendors. The comprehensive database helps FinTech vendors reach more financial institutions with as minimal legwork as possible and financial institutions have ready access to the information they need to perform due diligence and make an informed purchasing decision. Preferred vendors with BankerAdvice can place their company information, product details, pricing and peer reviews all at a financial institution’s fingertips.

LifeLock – ThreatAdvice’s partnership with LifeLock allows us to offer identity theft protection and restoration at a significant discount to employees of companies that are members of ThreatAdvice. ThreatAdvice already provides companies with cybersecurity education and training and cyber risk assessment. Through the partnership with LifeLock, ThreatAdvice can now equip its members to take additional proactive steps to ensure the protection of their employees’ identities, which is an important benefit. For more information on offering LifeLock as an employee benefit email us at info@threatadvice.com.

Warren Averett Technology GroupWarren Averett Technology Group has incorporated ThreatAdvice’s cybersecurity platform as part of the suite they employ to help clients navigate the ever-evolving world of internet security. ThreatAdvice will connect Warren Averett Technology Group with clients who would benefit from managed IT and technology consulting services. From data center hosting to back-up and disaster recovery, Warren Averett’s technology solutions will provide a beneficial solution for ThreatAdvice’s clients.

Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants - The Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA), a statewide, professional membership organization representing Alabama CPAs in public practice, industry, government and education endorses ThreatAdvice as its cybersecurity education provider. ASCPA partnered with ThreatAdvice to provide members with a vital product in protecting against cyber threats and also to offer innovative product learning opportunities. Within the ThreatAdvice platform, ASCPA CPAs are able to obtain 10 self-study hours of continuing education credits.

If you are interested in a potential partnership with ThreatAdvice, please contact us at 1-800-915-3381 or info@threatadvice.com.