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SecureConnect Inc., an industry leader in providing Internet security and Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance services, has been ranked No. 50 in the MSPmentor 100 Global Edition 2012. The list, unveiled last week, pinpoints the world's top MSPs in North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), and AANZ (Asia, Australia, New Zealand).
In addition, SecureConnect ranked No. 41 on the MSPmentor 200 North America Edition.
SecureConnect is honored to be recognized for a second time on the annual ranking of the world’s most progressive managed service providers. A number of metrics are used to analyze each company including annual managed services revenue, devices managed, number of full-time technicians, and percentage of overall revenue from managed services.
Dave Perrill, president of SecureConnect, was extremely proud to see the company make its second appearance on the list.
“It is encouraging to know that all the hard work throughout our company has developed us into one of the up and coming leaders in the highly-competitive MSP community,” Perrill says. “Our cutting edge technology, unparalleled commitment to our customers, and our top-notch team of technology experts has set us apart from the rest of the pack.”
SecureConnect Inc. was founded in 1994 with the basic idea that providing excellent service and support is the foundation for a great company. This focus is reflected in the company’s ability to provide enterprise-level Internet security and PCI compliance services to customers in a cost effective, reliable solution tailored to the customers’ needs.
The SecureConnect managed security solution leverages a fully featured UTM firewall as the foundation of its network security platform. Offering a full complement of services including perimeter security (IPS, anti-virus, content filtering, etc.,), vulnerability scanning and remediation, device logging, file integrity monitoring, and more, SecureConnect is able to provide the critical technology that merchants need in order to secure their business networks, ensure reliable connectivity, and protect their brand equity by reducing the risk of a security breach.