Remote monitoring and IT management provider Atera now offers a new integration with anti-malware provider Malwarebytes to automate licensing and provisioning of the company’s OneView platform to help streamline and maximize security operations.
The integration will effectively allow users to deploy Malwarebytes products directly through Atera’s remote monitoring and management platform, giving customers access to Malwarebytes’ OneView platform, license management and detailed reporting that can be shared with end users and IT.
In addition, the integration will include incident response, endpoint protection and endpoint detection and response, with the latter two being available for both Mac and Windows workstations as well as Mac, Windows and Linux servers.
Gil Pekelman, CEO of Atera, said in a statement that an integration with Malwarebytes was one of the most requested by users.
“With workplaces continuing to evolve and employees working from anywhere in the world, the risk of ransomware attacks continues to climb,” Pekelman says. “At Atera, we are committed to providing a platform with unmatched security and transparency for our customers.”
According to an Atera blog, IT and managed service providers (MSPs) will be able to use Atera to create a dedicated Malwarebytes account, deploy the Atera agent and get subscription information to manage licenses.
IT professionals will also be able to manage endpoints across multiple sites with a multi-tenant console, view endpoint health alerts for enhanced visibility of assets, manage policies for user access and implement role-based access controls.
The integration also provides access to security reports across all endpoints, servers and workstations, writes Hila Naro, vice president of product, in the blog.
The integration comes after the company last month teased a new strategy that includes more integrations, and the Malwarebytes integration was one of the most heavily requested.
“I’m truly delighted to be able to unveil this new integration — one of many on our roadmap — which we are continually working on to make increasingly more integrated and cohesive with the Atera platform,” Naro writes in the blog.
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