Tim Brown, SolarWinds Security VP, gave a keynote to the SolarWinds Empower audience where he focused on seven themes they need to address in order to keep their customers, and their own businesses, safer.
The study, the fifth annual one Kaseya has done, indicates no improvement in IT levels because the expansion of technology in SMB that has helped their businesses has kept their IT from getting more control over processes.
Cyfyx’s platform provides MSSP-level EDR protection with real-time reaction capability to target fast-acting threats like ransomware. They were in Toronto this week at the ASCII event to take their message to Canadian MSPs.
Netwrix introduces a rebranded version of a platform first introduced last year, which uses technology from Concept Searching. In addition to the name change, there are subtle changes to how it is packaged and sold that will let partners target customers more effectively.
Pulseway has made 2FA available as an option for years, but the growing trend toward phishing and other attacks on users have led them to make it mandatory. So they also completely revamped the system to make it more user-friendly.
ReversingLabs, which just launched a new platform and won a Black Unicorn award, is formally launching a channel program as part of a move to expand sales by bringing in all new business through an expanded partner ecosystem.
SKOUT provides SOC-driven cybersecurity services that are custom-designed for the needs of the SMB market, and while they started out on a direct model, they have moved to a channel-only one for new business, and are actively recruiting partners.
Cybersecurity vendor BitDefender has been making some low profile changes to their channel teams and organization to improve management of their large channel on both the MSP and solution provider sides.
A Baltimore-area MSP for over 20 years was so impressed by the potential of the compliance market that he sold his company, and set up a new one to offer services, including compliance-as-a-service, through a channel of MSPs.
Stephen Cobb of ESET offers some highlights of recent research into the nature of cybercrime, and issues a call to action — before the combination of cybercrime and consumers’ reaction to the threat thereof stymies the potential of the Internet.