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Fortifying cybersecurity with a single hybrid solution

After a close call with a ransomware attack, A-Core Concrete Specialists’ IT team decided they needed a more prepared and mature endpoint and email security operation.

By partnering with Bitdefender, A-Core were able to combine several of their offerings and create a security operation that produced the following benefits:

  • Successful protection of endpoints from threat intrusions
  • Complete blocking of virus-embedded URLs in phishing emails
  • Reduced time on security administration by 20%
  • And more

Read the case study now to learn more.

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