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BeyondTrust Retina CS Earns Perfect 5 Star Rating by SC Magazine

Posted February 4, 2013    Sarah Lieber

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We are happy to announce that for the 5th year in a row, SC Magazine has given a glowing review of Retina CS Threat Management Console with 5 stars across all its judging categories. SC Magazine tests all products in the most logical way: they vulnerability or pen tested them directly. Their “…results were excellent and we got a very nice snapshot of what currently constitutes the market-leading tools for vulnerability management.”

SC Magazine judges found Retina CS to be simple to set up and deploy, plus had an easy-to-navigate dashboard and web-based management console. Additionally, SC Magazine found our documentation to include clear step-by-step instructions, as well as many screen shots and detailed descriptions and configuration examples.

Below are a few snippets from the review:

“It offers the usual vulnerability scanning and assessment functions, but takes this a step further by adding context to those vulnerabilities, which brings in some risk management functionality alongside vulnerability management.”

“Retina CS’s feature set, combined with the many reporting and assessment options, gives an excellent overview of the enterprise’s security.”

We take pride in our products; in how we deliver our products and how we support our customers in the long term. We’re happy that SC Magazine recognized that same dedication. Read the full Retina CS review from SC Magazine.

Get started today and see for yourself why SC Magazine gave Retina CS a 5/5 rating. Get your free 256 IP license of Retina CS today.

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