Sherweb Arms MSPs with Cybersecurity Arsenal Through ThreatDown by Malwarebytes

Sherweb Arms MSPs with Cybersecurity Arsenal Through ThreatDown by Malwarebytes

By Greg Tavarez

Web hosting provider Sherweb doubles down on security by offering a suite of solutions to shield customers' data and systems from harm, especially when cyberattacks today are relentless. Sherweb's arsenal of tools, ranging from antivirus and malware protection to data backup and disaster recovery, aims to provide peace of mind and a competitive edge for its clientele.

In a move to further strengthen its cybersecurity offerings for MSPs, Sherweb announced the integration of ThreatDown powered by Malwarebytes into its platform. This collaboration marks an expansion of Sherweb’s security portfolio and provides MSPs with a comprehensive suite of tools to combat evolving cyber threats.

Formerly known as Malwarebytes for Business, ThreatDown represents a rebrand and expansion of Malwarebytes’ business solutions. The portfolio leverages the company’s endpoint detection and response, or EDR, technology, offering businesses various levels of protection to fit their needs and budgets.

This includes:

  • ThreatDown Core: Provides real-time endpoint protection against malware, ransomware and other advanced threats.
  • ThreatDown Advanced: Builds upon Essential with threat hunting, incident response and vulnerability management capabilities.
  • ThreatDown MDR: Delivers 24/7 threat monitoring and expert analysis by Malwarebytes’ security specialists, who actively defend customers from cyberattacks.

“Malwarebytes provides our partners with a powerful and affordable security management platform that puts maximum control, alongside AI- and human-powered guidance, in the hands of security teams,” said Brian Thomas, senior vice president of global channels, Malwarebytes. “Our new business brand name will help partners distinguish our solutions in a crowded marketplace while our new offerings, like Security Advisor, will help partners become cyber heroes for their customers.”

Beyond a broadened security toolbox, Sherweb is offering its MSP partners additional benefits through the ThreatDown integration. Sherweb negotiated special pricing for ThreatDown services, which allows MSPs to offer their clients affordable, high-grade cybersecurity solutions.

ThreatDown also seamlessly integrates with Sherweb's existing cloud marketplace. This makes it easy for MSPs to provision and manage security services for their clients. Additionally, Sherweb's automated provisioning and billing processes help MSPs efficiently manage their ThreatDown subscriptions and client accounts.

This partnership signals a commitment from Sherweb and Malwarebytes to better enhance MSPs with the tools and resources needed to combat cyber threats and protect their clients’ data and infrastructures.

“With ThreatDown, MSPs now have more scalable options for their clients’ cybersecurity needs,” said Guillaume Boisvert, director of product innovation at Sherweb. “This is important both in terms of the evolving threat landscape and increased competition in the sector.”

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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