TitanHQ’s Web and Email Security Solutions Now Available for Pax8 Partners

Pax8, the multi-award-winning cloud distribution company, has formed a new strategic partnership with TitanHQ, the leading provider of cloud-based email and web security solutions for managed service providers serving the SMB market.

In order to block an increasingly diverse range of cyberthreats and effectively mitigate risk, a layered approach to security is required. Cybersecurity solutions need to be used to protect mobile devices, endpoints, networks, the email system and block internet-based threats. Through the Pax8 marketplace, partners have access to the full range of cloud-based security solutions to secure all of the above areas, which can be easily managed through Pax8 Stax.

The new partnership has seen TitanHQ’s award-winning cloud-based multi-tenant cybersecurity solutions, SpamTitan and WebTitan, added to the Pax8 security stack.

SpamTitan protects against sophisticated phishing and email impersonation attacks and known and zero-day malware and ransomware threats. WebTitan is a powerful DNS filtering solution that provides protection against the web-based component of phishing attacks and blocks downloads of malicious files from the internet.

The solutions have proven popular with MSPs due to highly competitive pricing, the lack of any requirement for minimum users or monthly targets, multiple hosting options, easy integration, and generous margins.

“Our partners are excited about the addition of TitanHQ and the ability to protect their clients’ businesses by blocking malware, phishing, ransomware, and links to malicious websites from emails,” said Ryan Walsh, chief channel officer at Pax8.

“I am delighted to partner with the Pax8 team,” said Ronan Kavanagh, CEO TitanHQ. “Their focus and dedication to the MSP community are completely aligned with ours at TitanHQ, and we look forward to delivering our integrated solutions to their partners and customers.”

Author: Richard Anderson

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