Submitted by Islam Soliman on November 18, 2022
Cybersecurity firm Threatlocker has acquired Third Wall, enabling MSPs to harden their Windows operating systems to prevent breaches.
Third Wall is an automated security plug-in for ConnectWise Automate users that locks down Windows and ensures MSPs comply with government regulations.
ThreatLocker said the Third Wall plug-in provides partners with the automatic deployment of 58 policies to help MSPs strengthen their overall security posture.
Danny Jenkins, CEO of ThreatLocker, said: “This new partnership with Third Wall will allow ThreatLocker to deploy emergency actions and ensure users are HIPAA, PCI, NIST, GDPR, and SOX compliant."
The firm intends to provide the Third Wall software plug-in for other remote management and monitoring (RMM) platforms including Kaseya, Atera, and others.
Scott Springer, CEO of Third Wall, added: “ThreatLocker's global reach and 24/7 support will further bolster the Third Wall plug-in and give MSPs that competitive edge to strengthen their security offerings."