Malwarebytes Launches New Capabilities for its Multi-Tenant MSP Console

Published On: January 7, 2024Categories: Buzz

Malwarebytes, a Santa Clara, California-based cybersecurity company, has announced new offerings for its multi-tenant console, “ThreatDown OneView.”

Formerly “Malwarebytes for Business,” ThreatDown is intended to simplify complex security by combining detection and remediation with quick deployment and a simplified interface with one agent and one console. The console unifies management of endpoint security, licensing subscriptions, role-based access, and customer reporting.

Among the named features, Security Advisor analyzes an organization’s cybersecurity and generates a health score based off what it finds, illuminating gaps in defenses and providing actionable recommendations for improvements. Advanced Device Control automatically scans and quarantines any USB device connected to an endpoint. It also allows admins to block the device until the scan is completed. New reporting features offer a more streamlined approach to reporting within OneView so admins can quickly show ROI and value to their customers. A new addition for Patch Management allows administrators to configure settings to force close software applications, even if they are currently running. With this release, MSPs can now initiate the closure of software applications on an end users’ device within a specified timeframe before initiating updates. By closing applications, critical updates can be installed promptly according to the admin’s schedule.

“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, SVP of Global Channels at Malwarebytes.

Malwarebytes also signed more than 40 new distributors this year, including Climb Channel Solutions, Ebertlang, Nuvanix, Pax8 (US, EMEA and APAC), and Sysob.

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The roll-out is intended to help MSPs further streamline their cybersecurity efforts with integrated advanced device control, increased visibility, and more robust reporting options while also reducing threats, costs, and complexity.

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