Helping safeguard your network isn’t optional. It’s essential.

When it comes to harmful cyberattacks, Comcast Business SecurityEdge™ can help keep your business protected across all devices on your network.

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The cost of cyberattacks can be high for small businesses


65% of small to medium businesses (SMBs) have reported a cyberattack1, while 2 out of 3 of all cybercrimes target SMBs2


The average downtime due to a ransomware attack is 21 days†


It can take an average of 287 days for a business to fully recover from a cyberattack††

See how Comcast Business SecurityEdge can help your business stay connected and protected

A simple, yet powerful Internet security solution

Comcast Business SecurityEdge works seamlessly in the background to help block threats like malware, ransomware, phishing, and botnet attacks across all connected devices. Plus, helps to prevent guests and employees from accessing compromised websites and infected links while on your network.

Advanced cybersecurity

Scans every 10 minutes and updates lists to help protect your business from newly emerging cyberthreats. 

Robust cloud-based solution for all connected devices

Any device connected to your Comcast Business network are covered. Including smartphones, laptops, wireless printers, and more – includes employee and guest devices.

Easy set-up and deployment

Comcast Business SecurityEdge requires only Comcast Business Internet and router. No additional software to download or hardware to install. 

Real-time visibility

View a personalized dashboard showing threats to the network in real time, accessed through My Account.

A cybersecurity solution your business can rely on

  • In 2020, Comcast Business SecurityEdge blocked more than 583 million botnet, malware, and phishing threats
  • In the fourth quarter of 2020, we detected at least one type of botnet, malware, or phishing threat for 58% of customers

Learn more about cybersecurity solutions

Source:1 Cyber Defense Magazine.

2 Forbes.

†Creative Opportunity from Adversity: the State of SMB Cybersecurity 2020

††Coveware, “Ransomware Payments Fall as Fewer Companies Pay Data Exfiltration Extortion Demands,” February 1, 2021.