We continue our Pride & Purpose Postcard highlighting two portfolio companies and their contributions during this pandemic. While some are helping medical professionals and patients, others are focused on helping businesses and sustaining the economy. This week, we applaud the efforts of Bricata and Northpass.
Bricata, a leading provider of comprehensive network security, has provided their network security solution at no cost to several hospitals during the pandemic. In collaboration with one of the world’s largest global professional services networks, Bricata launched this healthcare initiative within a matter of days and deployed their solution within hours to hospitals to provide threat hunting and network compromise assessment services for the prevention and investigation of cybersecurity attacks. Click here for more information.
" As healthcare is one of the most targeted communities for cyberattacks, we wanted to do our part to provide assistance during this unprecedented time. We are proud we were able to quickly provide these hospitals with the critical network security they need."
In an effort to assist the organizations that are directly battling the COVID-19 health crisis, the Northpass team released a response package that provided complimentary use — for up to six months — of its software for qualified companies. Qualified companies include the healthcare organizations that are deploying a workforce to the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the companies helping those that are on the frontlines, such as PPE manufacturing companies, telehealth and telemedicine companies, logistics businesses and more. Click here to find out more.
" I've been so inspired by the bravery and tenacity of healthcare workers on the frontlines of this crisis. I've also been so encouraged by the private sector pivoting to support the battle against COVID-19. Amazing. By leaning in and opening up our learning software to all healthcare organizations for free, we hope to play a small but meaningful role in supporting the battle. "
Steve Cornwell, CEO
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