Malwarebytes, a pioneer in real-time cyber defense throughout the world, is expanding its Managed Service Provider (MSP) program as well as the features of its OneView platform. Malwarebytes OneView now offers MSPs access to vulnerability testing, patch management, and Domain Name System (DNS) filtering in addition to “best-in-class” endpoint security.
“At Malwarebytes, we aim to serve the underserved, which is what our MSP partners are doing every day for SMBs,” said Brian Thomas, Vice President of Worldwide MSP & Channel Programs at Malwarebytes. “I joined Malwarebytes with ambitious plans that are coming to life through our amazing team and unwavering commitment to help both new and existing MSP partners keep their clients safe while catapulting their businesses to new heights.”
With the help of the Malwarebytes OneView platform, MSPs can offer business-class endpoint protection solutions that would significantly lower their clients’ susceptibility to ransomware and malware infections. Cybersecurity analysts of different skill levels may work efficiently from a centralized cloud-based interface thanks to the platform’s “simple management.” MSPs would be able to provide each customer with the proper product or service, according to their individual needs, thanks to various degrees of protection capabilities and threat prevention modules.
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This quarter, Malwarebytes has continued to build upon OneView, adding three new modules that would simplify breach prevention within the same cloud interface MSPs already trust for detection and remediation:
- Vulnerability and Patch Management – It would allow MSPs to take control of their whole patching process, assisting in ensuring defenses are current throughout the environments of their clients
- DNS Filtering – This would give businesses the ability to control who has access to websites and other information on networks they control, strengthening the security of corporate data
- Vulnerability Assessment – It would support a wide range of third-party apps, device, and server operating systems, and help users evaluate exposure, discover vulnerabilities, and prioritize steps to upgrade defenses
“The continued expansion of the OneView platform empowers us to help our customers with enhanced protection modules and expert support, reducing investments in time and resources needed to protect their organizations against increasingly complex vulnerabilities,” said Daniel Mitchell, CEO at Alt-Tech. “Our partnership with Malwarebytes means stronger and simpler protection for our SMB customers, helping them successfully navigate potential threats.”
With more than 2,700 new global MSP partners and strategic partnerships with Addigy, Atera, ConnectWise, Datto, GCN Group, Kaseya, Sherweb, TeamViewer, and regional partner Soft Solutions, Malwarebytes’ initial MSP Program and OneView demonstrated significant traction and experienced over 250% YOY growth.
Based on market demand and anticipated future expansion, Malwarebytes increased its MSP team by more than 30 workers in the last six months, including Nadia Karatsoreos, who is committed to enabling MSPs to successfully expand their companies. The business intends to keep growing the MSP Program by introducing more products and providing more tools and training.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Malwarebytes team during this pivotal time,” said Nadia Karatsoreos, Senior MSP Growth Strategist at Malwarebytes. “MSPs have been tasked with keeping their clients safe from cyber threats which is not an easy feat. They not only need the tools but also a supportive vendor so they can confidently sell and serve their customers. I’m so excited that I get to continue to help MSPs grow their businesses.”