LabTech, ThreatTrack Integrate Advanced Persistent Threat Protection

ThreatTrack has integrated its Vipre Business Premium IT security antivirus protection into LabTech Software's remote monitoring and management platform, providing more monthly recurring revenue opportunities to MSPs looking to sell customers protection from advanced persistent threats.

Jessica Davis

June 5, 2013

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Julian Waits CEO of ThreatTrack Security
Julian Waits, CEO of ThreatTrack Security


ThreatTrack Security, which spun out from GFI Software earlier this year, has integrated its Vipre Business Premium antivirus solution with LabTech Software‘s remote monitoring and management platform. The deal provides MSPs with another way to provide premium services to customers and increase their earnings potential, the companies said.  Here are the details. 

The integration will put more of Vipre’s features onto LabTech’s main management console.  Vipre’s Business Premium solution focuses on how organizations identify and stop threats the advanced global threat landscape. ThreatTrack Security provides protection from Advanced Persistent Threats, targeted attacks and other sophisticated malware that can often evade the traditional defenses that organizations use. Its solutions analyze, detect and remediate the newest malicious threats, via its ThreatAnalyzer malware behavioral analysis sandbox, VIPRE business and consumer antivirus software, and ThreatIQ real-time threat awareness service.

LabTech CEO Matt Nachtrab had this to say in a prepared statement about the integration: “We are always looking for the best technology options for our partners. Our integration with Vipre creates new opportunities for MSPs to grow their businesses and strengthen the value and service they deliver to their customers.”

ThreatTrack Security’s CEO Julian Waits, in a prepared statement, noted that the integration will make the solution easier to use for MSPs. But it also offered RMM potential.

“By fully integrating Vipre into the LabTech platform, MSPs can more easily deploy and manage the most powerful weapon in their security arsenal. With Vipre antivirus as their managed line of defense, LabTech MSPs gain a significant profit accelerator, adding a new recurring revenue stream to their services portfolio and strengthening the security of their customers’ networks.”

The companies made the announcement in conjunction with this week’s Automation Nation 2013 conference in Orlando.

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Jessica Davis

Jessica Davis is the former Content Director for MSPmentor. She spent her career covering the intersection of business and technology.  She's also served as Editor in Chief at Channel Insider and held senior editorial roles at InfoWorld and Electronic News.

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