ThreatDown by Malwarebytes Eases IT Strain with Robust Endpoint Protection

ThreatDown by Malwarebytes Eases IT Strain with Robust Endpoint Protection

By Greg Tavarez

A recent report from IDC sheds light on a challenge faced by mid-market organizations, revealing that 60% of these enterprises rely on a mere one to four full-time IT professionals. This revelation underscores the task these organizations encounter when it comes to handling intricate processes such as complex integrations, installations and the overall management of cutting-edge technological tools.

With a limited IT workforce, mid-market organizations find themselves navigating a precarious landscape where the integration of sophisticated technologies becomes a daunting undertaking. This predicament not only raises concerns about the operational efficiency of these businesses but also prompts a broader conversation about the need for strategic investments in IT infrastructure and talent to ensure sustained growth and competitiveness in an increasingly digital world.

To help mid-market organizations simplify complex security by combining detection and remediation with quick deployment and an easy user-interface, Malwarebytes launched ThreatDown, the product family that protects IT-constrained organizations with effective, easy-to-use cybersecurity.

The ThreatDown portfolio is anchored in the company's endpoint detection and response solution and managed detection and response service, introducing two innovative offerings: Security Advisor and ThreatDown Bundles.

The Security Advisor is a game-changer, evaluating an organization's cybersecurity and generating a comprehensive health score. This score not only highlights existing vulnerabilities but also offers practical, one-click recommendations for rapid improvements. With an intuitive dashboard catering to IT administrators or MSPs, even those with limited time can enhance their cybersecurity posture significantly.

Beta users reported a 10% increase in their overall security score. This indicates tangible advancements in prevention and remediation capabilities through increased scan deployment and the implementation of robust policies such as brute force protection.

As for ThreatDown Bundles, the bundles offer a holistic approach to security. These bundles address every aspect from attack surface reduction and prevention to detection, response and remediation. The options within these bundles, including AI-assisted remediation and fully managed 24/7/365 support, are tailored for efficiency and cost-effectiveness. This integrated approach simplifies the selection process for organizations seeking the right security technology, providing robust protection and streamlining cybersecurity efforts.

"ThreatDown reflects what we provide our customers — powerfully simple endpoint security that takes down threat levels, without interrupting business," said Marcin Kleczynski, founder and CEO, Malwarebytes. "ThreatDown is about reducing the attack surface area as well as avoiding headaches and bringing down costs. Our goal is to remove the complexity for our partners and customers so they can gain peace of mind knowing they have a trusted expert in their corner."

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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