E-Secure-IT goes French

New Zealand's homegrown system vulnerability alert service, E-Secure-IT, has signed a high-profile Paris-based customer.

New Zealand’s homegrown system vulnerability alert service, E-Secure-IT, has signed a high-profile Paris-based customer.

According to Ian Mitchell, who manages three-year-old E-Secure-IT, cosmetics company L’Oreal has become a subscriber of the $7200 a year service. L’Oreal joins the Hong Kong Jockey Club, which has a big online gambling business, among the service’s 70 users.

Mitchell says the service is priced on the basis of saving 20 minutes a day of an $80,000 a year security staffer.

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