Malwarebytes Integrates with Datto for Improved Endpoint Security for MSPs

Malwarebytes OneView is now integrated with Datto RMM and Datto Autotask PSA.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

July 9, 2021

2 Min Read

Malwarebytes has integrated with Datto. This will benefit Malwarebytes partners that already leverage Datto for remote monitoring and management/professional services automation (RMM/PSA), the companies said.

Malwarebytes OneView, an MSP console, now integrates with Datto RMM and Datto Autotask PSA.

OneView enables MSPs to configure, deploy, support and manage client endpoint security using Malwarebytes’ endpoint protection technologies. This integration enables MSPs to consolidate customer billing, licensing, management and more from OneView into Autotask PSA.

Valuable to Malwarebytes Partners

Mike LaPeters is Malwarebytes’ vice president of worldwide MSP and channel operations. He said the integration is valuable for partners who don’t use Malwarebytes yet, but rely on Datto’s RMM/PSA platform.


Malwarebytes’ Mike LaPeters

“One of the key benefits for partners is that they can now use the integration to deploy and manage Malwarebytes endpoint protection and endpoint detection and response without leaving the Datto RMM/PSA platform,” he said. “This capability allows partners to continue to operate in their existing workflows without having to learn a new technology user interface.”

The new integration with Datto gives Malwarebytes an edge against vendors that don’t offer integration, while bringing Malwarebytes to parity with those who do offer integration, LaPeters said.

The integration allows partners to leverage the benefit of Malwarebytes without leaving their Datto platform, he said.

Partners save time and effort compared to others who must create new business processes, he added.

Time is a finite and limited resource for most MSPs, LaPeters said. Therefore, the integration saves valuable time that partners can spend on other security/business challenges faced by their customers.

Matthé Smit is director of product management at Datto.

“According to ISACA’s State of Cybersecurity Survey, 92% of IT and security professionals say cybercrime is increasing,” he said. “And with strained resources, the need for organizations to have a singular, hybrid view of their entire business is crucial. MSPs using Datto RMM will now have access to the Malwarebytes tools they need to best secure their endpoints and protect their customers, without time-consuming client management.”

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About the Author(s)

Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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