Malwarebytes Partners with Datto to Offer a Single, Integrated View to MSPs

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Malwarebytes Partners with Datto to Offer a Single, Integrated View to MSPs

By Tracey E. Schelmetic

Today, the cyber threat landscape is changing. Criminals are adept at getting around safeguards, and companies – particularly managed service providers (MSPs) are being challenged to stay one step ahead of fraudsters.

ISACA's State of Cybersecurity Survey recently found that 92 percent of IT and security professionals report that cybercrime is increasing. One of the best ways to combat it under strained resources is by having a singular, hybrid view of the entire business.

Malwarebytes recently announced that its OneView solution has been integrated with Datto Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) and Datto Autotask Professional Services Automation (PSA) to provide just such a single view. Datto is a provider of cloud-based software and security solutions purpose-built for delivery by MSPs. Malwarebytes OneView is a multi-tenant console that users can use to manage customer accounts, Malwarebytes Nebula subscriptions, invoicing, and integrations. OneView’s displays an overview of Malwarebytes product usage and related information. OneView enables MSPs to configure, deploy, support, and manage client endpoint security using Malwarebytes' leading endpoint protection technologies.

The integration of the two products will enable MSPs to easily consolidate customer billing, licensing, management and more from OneView into Autotask PSA.

"After an incredibly challenging year for businesses of all sizes, Malwarebytes' integration with Datto will enhance our MSP partners' ability to maximize their efficiencies and increase their bottom lines," said Mike LaPeters, vice president of worldwide channel and MSP at Malwarebytes. "We are committed to broadening the support Malwarebytes provides to our MSP partners through the tools and third-party integrations they need to deliver endpoint security to multiple customers at the same time."

To learn more about how managed service providers can improve security, make plans to attend MSPEXPO, part of the #TECHSUPERSHOW series. MSPEXPO has been designed to help service providers understand how they can drive more recurring revenue, increase the valuation of their companies, grow, and protect their networks and deliver better customer service. It will also help companies looking for MSP partners to understand how MSPs can help them grow. The show will take place from February 8-11, 2022 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. For more information or to register, visit the show website




Edited by Luke Bellos

MSPToday Contributor

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