Frequently Asked Questions

Just received an invitation to DetectBee from your customer? Not sure what this is all about? Here’s some helpful information:

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Q: Why is my customer asking me to sign up for DetectBee?
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A DetectBee invitation is an indication that you are a valued business partner. Your customer is worried that your company might be manipulated without your knowledge by sophisticated criminals to commit crimes against your customer. They are also worried that if you get hacked and your company is out of commission for days or weeks, there may be significant and costly repercussions for your customer.

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Q: What does DetectBee do?
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DetectBee actively gathers information about threats to your business. Armed with this knowledge, DetectBee allows you to fix important gaps in your security. Your customer is already aware of many of these gaps and is concerned that cybercriminals may be as well. DetectBee provides assurance that your company is meeting recommended security standards.

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Q: What does DetectBee cost?
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Under a $1 per day.

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Q: Is DetectBee a guarantee that I won’t get hacked?
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DetectBee highlights vulnerabilities that are open to the public. Cybersecurity is about good practices. Nothing can guarantee safety but good practices make you a harder target. Resolving public vulnerabilities quickly will encourage criminals to move on to another, easier target.

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Q: Do I need specific knowledge to act on threats that DetectBee identifies?
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You likely have the resources already in place. If you used outside consultants for your website, your network or other pieces of your IT infrastructure, they should be able to help as well.

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Q: We are a small company and don’t have cybersecurity experts on staff. Is DetectBee for us?
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DetectBee was built for companies just like yours.

Since seeing is believing...

Schedule a demo or request an account.

(Both take very little of your time for a big payoff!)