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Cybersecurity firm Guardz has announced a strategic partnership with AI-powered platform SuperOps. The collaboration melds Guardz’s cybersecurity capabilities with SuperOps’s AI-powered unified PSA-RMM platform, enabling Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to provide their clients with a seamless and more efficient security experience.

With the rise of online businesses and an increasingly digital landscape, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face significant risks from evolving cyber threats. The consequences of an online breach can range from financial loss to reputational damage, even extending to the termination of the business. As such, many SMBs are now turning to MSPs for robust cybersecurity protection.

The integration of Guardz’s AI-enabled, unified cybersecurity platform, purpose-built for SMBs, with SuperOps, has been designed to help MSPs protect their clients most effectively. It reduces the time and effort required for MSPs to support their customers’ growing security needs. This seamless integration allows MSPs to manage clients’ cybersecurity posture efficiently, directly from their existing SuperOps environment, simplifying customer support processes.

Dor Eisner, CEO and Co-Founder of Guardz, said, “For Guardz, this partnership is instrumental in extending our reach and protecting more SMBs and MSPs globally. By joining forces with SuperOps, we can offer MSPs and small businesses a more cohesive experience, enhancing their ability to safeguard their digital assets across all the different attack vectors more effectively and easily. This synergy not only allows SMBs to defend against evolving threats but also gives them the peace of mind needed to focus on what matters most: growing their business.”

SuperOps will leverage the advanced capacity of Guardz to provide their MSPs with complimentary risk assessments for existing and prospective SMB clients, further augmenting the value proposition for the MSP community.

Arvind Parthiban, CEO and Co-Founder of SuperOps, commented, “This partnership allows MSPs to offer their SMB clients a robust security solution with minimal integration effort. Our mutual commitment to innovation and unwavering focus on customer satisfaction drives us to empower the global SMB community with cutting-edge tools and technologies, setting a new benchmark for digital resilience and security.”

In light of increasing cyberattacks, Parthiban pointed out the urgency of strengthening cybersecurity infrastructure. It’s predicted that global cybercrime damage will increase by 15% per year over the next two years, hitting the alarming sum of USD $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. Guardz’s partnership with SuperOps aims to curtail this growth by empowering MSPs to offer comprehensive cybersecurity protection that enhances their service offering while reducing time and effort.


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