August 24, 2020 By Rajeev Saxena
Kaleigh Bovey
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Today, we are announcing a three-month promotion to help you get started at no cost with Caveonix RiskForesight.

With IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions, you have access to many add-on services to help with disaster recovery, backup, security, and more.

Try Caveonix for three months free

What does Caveonix do?

Caveonix RiskForesight provides automated compliance and security posture management from risks due to cyber threats and regulatory compliance issues. The built-in vulnerability, configuration checks, and compliance scanners provide continuous assessment of cloud infrastructure and the application workloads for more than 25 regulatory and industry compliance requirements from FFIEC, HIPAA, GDPR, PCI, FISMA, FedRAMP to NIST Cyber Security and Risk Management Framework.

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What do I get with the promotion?

Try Caveonix on IBM Cloud at no cost for three months. This promo code is available to be used when running an IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions Dedicated environment, which leverages VMware vCenter Server. This promo code can be used for new customers of Caveonix on IBM Cloud.

Use the promo code “CAV2020” at checkout in the IBM Cloud console to redeem this offer or follow the link below to add to your cart automatically.

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