LabTech Software, the developer of the world’s most powerful IT automation platform designed to streamline IT service delivery, today announced that Malwarebytes has created a plug-in to integrate two of their solutions with the LabTech platform. Both solutions, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Business and Malwarebytes Endpoint Security, are now available for purchase directly from LabTech Software. The new additions continue the increase in depth and breadth of LabTech’s catalog of integrated solutions, adding value for partners across the globe.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Security bundles its Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit for Business products into a single, cost-effective solution. In addition to the proactive scanning and remediation features of anti-malware, anti-exploit technology is designed to protect against infections that leverage vulnerabilities in third-party applications.
“It seems as if we can’t go a day without hearing about another major security hack or breach,” said Matt Nachtrab, COO of ConnectWise. “Malwarebytes offers our partners the unique combination of easy-to-manage, integrated and layered security that will fill gaps in their existing security programs to help ensure they are properly protected against even the most sophisticated attacks.”
As zero-hour malware becomes more prevalent, security experts are now recommending a layered approach to endpoint protection. The addition of Malwarebytes not only provides LabTech partners additional protection to defend against new malware, but also addresses the danger of both known and unknown exploit attacks. The products integrate seamlessly for centralized monitoring and management, ultimately increasing technician efficiency.
“We worked closely with LabTech Software to ensure seamless product integration,” said Chad Bacher, Malwarebytes Vice President of Products, “and all that work has paid off. IT service providers can now offer Malwarebytes advanced malware prevention and remediation to their customers, precisely when it’s become very apparent that traditional endpoint security can’t do the job alone.”