Don’t let your clients get hacked! Protect your customers with an affordable daily antimalware scan from GeoTrust that can help identify both well-known malware as well as brand-new malware strains.
Clean up sites fast with instant alerts that clearly identify and locate malicious code. These alerts enable your customers to eliminate malware quickly, stay off search engine blacklists, and keep search traffic flowing to their website.
Assure your customers that their sites have been scanned for malware by showing an anti-malware seal from GeoTrust, one of the most popular SSL brands on the Web.
GeoTrust Malware Scan Products Available through OpenSRS:
|Product ||Recommended For ||Cost/year |
|Don’t let your clients’ web sites get hacked. Protect your customers with an affordable daily anti-malware scan from GeoTrust that can help identify both well-known malware and brand new malware strains. ||$50/year |
Features and benefits
GeoTrust Web Site Anti-Malware Scan is a tremendous opportunity for partners by delivering a cost-effective solution to a large addressable market at high partner margins. Partners who offer this product benefit financially in several ways:
New revenue streamAdd new high-margin security solutions to your product portfolio and generate revenues through bundles and new customer sales.
Increase customer retentionProtect your role as trusted advisor to your existing customers by offering additional security services.
Exclusive channel-only offeringAt time of launch, GeoTrust Web Site Anti-Malware Scan will only be available through the GeoTrust partners like OpenSRS and is not available as a direct sales product from GeoTrust.
Frequently Asked Questions
GeoTrust® is the world's second largest digital certificate provider. More than 100,000 customers in over 150 countries trust GeoTrust to secure online transactions and conduct business over the Internet. Our range of digital certificate and trust products enable organizations of all sizes to maximize the security of their digital transactions cost-effectively.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011