Hack off the hackers with always on
Heimdal™ Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management
Cyber attacks against businesses are becoming more sophisticated every day.
For example, criminals can now lock you out of your PC and demand money to re-instate you.
This is called Ransomware and there are other malicious programmes, designed to steal your bank funds and copy your most valuable data.
NatWest have partnered with Heimdal™ to offer security software, Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management to Bankline users at no additional cost unless additional licences are required.
Heimdal™ Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management cleverly protects against threats that may otherwise go undetected and is easy to install.
Heimdal™ Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management Benefits
One free licence for up to
(RRP £240 per annum)
Always on, real time
detection of the latest
threats, which boosts your
resilience against attacks
24/7 World-class support
services always ready to
assist you with any security
Continuous traffic scanning
that proactively blocks
ransomware and financial
Protects your data in line
Heimdal™ Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management installs fast, integrates with any existing security setup and delivers comprehensive, customisable automated reports.
How Heimdal™ Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management can secure your computers
Protects against ransomware,
malware and other advanced
Automatically applies security patches and software updates to protect you from new & emerging threats
advanced computer security
Sign up to get your free license for Heimdal™ Threat Prevention and Patch & Asset Management which will secure your business against malware attacks
About Heimdal™ Security
Heimdal™ Security provides cyber security intelligence to protect more than 900,000 users around the world. One of the fastest growing companies in the cyber security environment, it was founded in 2011 in Copenhagen.
The company’s proactive-oriented Heimdal™ suite is developed by security experts and world champions in ethical hacking at Defcon CTF.