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Advantage offer 2 months free acccess to EPP

Advantage and Blackberry Offer TWO Months FREE Access to Endpoint Protection Platform

In recognition of the temporary work scenarios that New Zealand companies are facing during the COVID-19 lockdown, Advantage and Blackberry are offering FREE access to the Blackberry Cylance endpoint protection platform for up to 2 months, to enable and secure access to corporate information.

Advantage has a team available to assist with the installation despite the Coronavirus lockdown.

Blackberry Cylance:

  • Is simple to set up and can deploy to up to 100,000 devices in 2 weeks.
  • Installs without making changes to the existing host or removal of current antivirus
  • Is a lightweight agent with a small 1-2% CPU and ~60MB footprint.
  • Prevents 99%+ of attacks pre execution.

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