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Access to Trillion is now FREE

By Jon Inns - October 29th, 2019 Posted in Company News, Trillion Announcements

October has been a busy month for us here back at base.  We’ve been nominated as finalists for a couple of tech innovation and start-up awards (thanks!), we’ve been on a Trade Mission to New York and Washington with LORCA, CSIT and the Department for International Trade, and our amazing engineers have been secretly cooking up a code storm getting ready to release something awesome in time for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month – and we made it with two days to spare!

If you’re a business owner or have cyber security responsibility within your organisation you can now access our Trillion platform for FREE!

We silently launched a version of our (potentially award winning!) free service a week ago and had over 30 organisations sign-up in the first 24 hours, including some household names, which made us happy.  After ironing out a few on-boarding wrinkles we’re now ready to go BIG.

When you sign up for an account on Trillion, it will instantly start hunting down stolen credentials connected with your business and will let you analyse them for free in our beautiful interfaces.  There is no catch, no credit card required, nothing.  You just need to enter a valid company email address and phone number and we’ll get you up and running, but please be aware that signing up using a free email address like gmail or outlook.com will get your application rejected.  Your email address must be tied to your corporate domain.

This is a huge milestone for us because it signifies a step forward in mission of trying to reduce the risk profile for businesses around the world when doing business online or migrating to the cloud.  So, now you know what we’ve been up to, why not head over here and help yourself to an account.

The term disruptive is used a lot in tech, but we think this really is, and we really hope you like it.

Account activation usually occurs within 24 hours, once we have verified your details for security purposes.
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