Earlier this week, ThreatTrack Security released news that it is recruiting specialized security partners to add the company’s ThreatAnalyzer solution to their offering portfolio. The company explained that the new program is available starting Q1 2014 to VARs and MSPs, and will include sales, marketing and technical support.
“Organizations of all sizes are discovering that their current security solutions are unable to defend them from today’s increasingly sophisticated cyber threats,” said ThreatTrack Security CEO Julian Waits, Sr. “That creates tremendous opportunity for partners with access to the advanced security technologies necessary to effectively combat APTs and other advanced malware threats. ThreatAnalyzer 5.0 fills that gap in partners’ cybersecurity portfolios, enabling them to capitalize on the rising demand for this critical new layer of malware defense.”
The company recently released report results showing that 69% of C-level employees are currently worried about their organization’s ability to prevent or withstand a “zero-day” attack or APT.
ThreatTrack Security’s ThreatAnalyzer solution is designed to pinpoint previously unknown or undetected malicious software by setting off executable files in a sandboxed copy of the client’s environment. This allows the ThreatAnalyzer solution to determine how prepared the client is for an attack, and show any weak points, without disrupting the existing system. The latest version, 5.0, has an improved user interface, better reporting, REST APIs for more access to the solution features, and updated behavioral analysis capabilities.
MSPs and VARs who are interested in either adding the ThreatAnalyzer to their portfolio, or who would like to request a demo may visit the site here.