Cloud-based remote IT management software company Atera is launching a new integration with cybersecurity firm ESET to allow Atera users to deploy anti-malware solutions.
The partnership pairs ESET’s advanced security solutions with Atera’s cloud-based platform to help IT professionals automate and protect vital assets within the Atera platform. The integration results in an anti-malware and threat detection solution that provides real-time intelligence and threat monitoring to protect organizations of all verticals and sizes, the companies say.
According to a press release, the integration will include the option for users to activate, provision and deploy ESET’s products directly from Atera, providing additional ease of use within the platform. Customers will gain access to ESET’s dashboard, which includes license management, detailed reporting and customer site administration capabilities.
IT professionals using Atera have the option to choose from four popular solution tier packages: ESET PROTECT Entry, ESET PROTECT Advanced, ESET PROTECT Compete or ESET PROTECT Enterprise – advanced and customizable security solutions that include endpoint security, detection and response; file and mail server security; mobile security and more.
Atera recently announced a new integration with OpenAI, which is designed to help users automatically generate scripts to help execute processes that would otherwise weigh down already stretched-thin IT teams.
Atera CEO Gil Pekelman says in a statement that cyberattacks are increasing in sophistication and frequency, so the company wanted to partner with a cybersecurity leader like ESET to offer protection against malware and zero-day threats.
“ESET’s multi-layered approach to threat detection as well as response, including threat intelligence feeds, endpoint detection and response and advanced cloud sandboxing, helps our partners minimize their attack surface and address the growing threat landscape,” Pekelman says. “The resulting integrated offering represents a tremendous opportunity for Atera and its global customer base.”
Ryan Grant, vice president of sales for ESET North America, in a statement says the company has been impressed with Atera’s recent growth.
“Atera’s development team has worked tirelessly to ensure a best-in-class integration that enhances the customer experience for IT professionals by reducing complexity and providing proactive threat detection and response,” Grant says. “We are committed to growing together, serving our customers and expanding the integration over time.”
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