TitanHQ Joins HTG Peer Groups as Gold Vendor

Irish anti-spam, web filtering, and email archiving solution provider TitanHQ has announced that 2018 will see the company become a Gold Vendor member of HTG Peer Groups.  The new partnership was announced at the HTG Peer Groups Q1, 2018 meeting at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, Phoenix, Arizona.

HTG is an international consultancy, coaching, and peer group organization that helps businesses develop strong leadership and undergo business and legacy transformation, giving businesses the tools they need to succeed.

TitanHQ is a leading provider of an advanced cloud-based anti-spam service and web filtering technology that helps businesses block email and web-based threats. The web filtering solution also helps organizations carefully control the content employees can access online to minimize business risk. Most recently, TitanHQ has developed a powerful email archiving solution that eases the strain on mail servers and helps organizations comply with state and federal data retention laws.

The decision to join HTG Peer Groups came at an opportune time. Email and web security are major concerns for members as phishing attacks have soared and malware and ransomware variants are being released at an unprecedented rate. Implementing defenses to counter the increasing number and sophistication of web and email threats is a major challenge that needs advanced cybersecurity solutions. With TitanHQ joining HTG Peer Groups, the company’s cybersecurity solutions will be made instantly available to the HTG Peer Groups community.

“We’re delighted to welcome TitanHQ on board for 2018. As soon as the initial discussion started we knew they would make a great match for our community, as web security is a key area for our members in 2018,” said Arlin Sorensen, founder of HTG Peer Groups.

“WebTitan web filter was built by MSP’s for MSP’s and this exciting relationship with HTG Peer Groups is a continuation of that process. It allows us to listen to the opportunities and difficulties faced by MSP senior executives while also allowing us to share how we became a successful web security vendor. Our goal is to successfully engage with HTG members to build strong and long-lasting relationships,” said TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh.

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news