Clifton, NJ, July 6, 2015 — The Comodo organization, a global innovator and developer of cyber security solutions, today announced a new case study has been published, focused on how the Community Action Committee of Pike County, Ohio uses Comodo Advanced Endpoint Protection to protect its IT infrastructure from malware and spam.
"We strive to protect our clients' information across all programs within our agency and Comodo's antispam protection provides us with a tool that fulfills this need efficiently," said Meka McClay, IT Director, Community Action Committee of Pike County. "The Comodo Endpoint Security Manager enables us to perform a host of functions directly from the console, eliminating the need to physically connect to each machine. This allows us to complete our work without interrupting the user's workflow. We also like the remote access feature of this product."
The new case study on Community Action Committee can be found here:
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Continual innovation, a core competence in PKI, and a commitment to reversing the growth of Internet-crime distinguish the Comodo companies as vital players in the Internet's ongoing development. Comodo secures and authenticates online transactions and communications for over 200,000 business customers and 3,000,000 users of our desktop security products.
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