When cybercriminals are leveraging technologies such as AI and ML to spearhead their attacks, enterprises need to adopt solutions just as robust.
FREMONT, CA: Organizations nowadays employ sophisticated IT infrastructures comprised of various network components located all over the world. Many of these organizations are unaware of the vulnerability of their applications on cloud platforms. Often, the infrastructure is built from numerous, incompatible components which make data protection a problematic task. Hence, these networks often end up as a beacon for cyberattackers. When cybercriminals are leveraging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to augment their attacks, it is imperative for organizations to deploy security features just as robust.
ThreatLocker, a cybersecurity firm based in Orlando, recently entered into an agreement with ConnectWise, a software company that connects security teams with technological service providers. They will aid organizations across the world to secure their networks. The collaboration will make it possible for managed IT providers to deploy endpoint security solutions through the ConnectWise platform.
As a global leader of enterprise level cybersecurity solutions, ThreatLocker aids organizations in securing their servers and endpoint devices. Its Application Whitelisting, Ringfencing, and storage control solutions have witnessed a dramatic rise in demand in the market. ConnectWise, on the other hand, is the developer of an award-winning business management platform that automates the technology service delivery lifecycle, including sales, service, project tracking, and back-office functions for over 25000 clients across 65 countries.
The Application Whitelisting solution by ThreatLocker enables clients to control the software running on their endpoint devices. It successfully blocks applications that might be harmful to the network. Application Whitelisting is a vital tool to defend the system against cyber warfare. Currently, Application Whitelisting and Ringfencing are not as widely used in small and medium enterprises when compared to federal government agencies. The integration of ThreatLocker’s services with the ConnectWise platform will empower companies relying on managed IT service providers to leverage enterprise solutions, including application Whitelisting, Ringfencing, and storage device control.
Until now, small business organizations have found it challenging to employ robust cybersecurity solutions. The integration is aimed at changing this trend. It will equip the managed IT service providers with powerful tools to battle the evolving cybersecurity threats.