Advisor Armor is pleased to announce the release of Applet Version 1.8, which allows users to customize cybersecurity policies across an indefinite number of endpoints, including desktops, laptops, tablet devices, and smartphones, all with a single user license. This cutting-edge software scans, alerts, and reports policy compliance in real-time.

Many businesses have detailed and comprehensive cybersecurity policies, but implementation is often a challenge, especially when multiple electronic devices are involved. Employees working from home or in a distributed manner have exacerbated this problem during the Pandemic. They provide a cost-effective, user-friendly solution to these compliance challenges with Advisor Armor’s newest Applet release, stated Dan Konzen, CIO at Advisor Armor.

System updates, remote access, encryption, firewalls, screen locks, 2-factor identification, and other access controls are all enforced by the Advisor Armor App as part of a customized cybersecurity policy. It is possible to discover both non-public information (NPI) and personally identifiable information (PII) stored on devices. Known and unknown (ghost) endpoint identification, data security awareness programs, and incident response alerts are also included in the app’s features. Frequently updated security suggestions and relevant news are also available in the app.

Advisor Armor’s CEO and Founder, Mark Brown, stated that regulatory bodies are seeking evidence of cybersecurity policy enforcement. Their Apps offer a way to accomplish and retain this problematic task.

About Advisor Armor

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Advisor Armor was founded in 2014 and is America’s leading business and regulatory cybersecurity compliance consulting firm. They provide comprehensive interpretation, sound guidance, and the tools necessary to establish, maintain, and demonstrate compliance with state and federal cybersecurity and data privacy regulations.

For more information, visit http://www.advisorarmor.com

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