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Censornet and e92plus Partner to Help MSPs Deliver Cyber Defense

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Censornet, an integrated cloud security company, has partnered with e92plus, a cybersecurity value-added reseller (VAR), to help MSPs deliver enterprise-grade cyber protection for mid-market businesses, the U.K.-based companies announced in a prepared statement.

As MSPs face challenges in delivering cybersecurity services profitably and at scale, Censornet affirms that its platform addresses this challenge. In doing so, Censornet integrates several core security solutions “to free partners from the difficulty and risk of juggling multiple point products.” Censornet integrates its autonomous cybersecurity platform into email, web and cloud security with identity and access management.

Delivering MSP-Native Solutions

For its part, e92plus will deliver a multi-tiered, multi-tenant solution. This single view of multiple products enables MSPs to profitably deliver service offerings to their partners, the companies said.

e92plus CEO Mukesh Gupta explained the timing of the partnership with Censornet:

“e92plus has always been focused on helping to bring the most exciting, innovative cybersecurity technologies to market. We’re seeing a huge drive towards more integrated, autonomous solutions that help organizations become more productive, agile and reduce the huge number of tools and products they manage.”

Jamie Pearce, e92plus sales director, added:

“The MSP division is seeing huge growth at e92plus, and there is a strong demand for solutions that aren’t just cloud-native but are MSP-native. The Censornet platform is built for MSPs to help reduce their operational and management costs without compromising security. The drive from VARs to build a managed service practice, or even just migrate customers to a consumption-billing model, makes Censornet the perfect addition to our portfolio.”

Processing One Billion Threats Daily

Censornet notes that it processes more than one billion cyber threats per day, protecting millions of users globally:

“With easy-to-use tiering for any channel model and unlimited admin users, MSPs are now able to offer the same high level of protection. MSPs will also benefit from straightforward management, provisioning and billing, as well as access to security awareness training to strengthen organizations’ human firewalls.”

Charles Milton, Censornet’s vice president of Channels and Strategic Alliances, described the benefits of bringing its integrated cloud security platform to e92plus’ active community of 1,200 MSP partners:

“Partnerships are a key part of Censornet’s mission to deliver enterprise-grade security to the mid-market. One of the challenges MSPs face is delivering cybersecurity services with the right level of capability. Our platform addresses this challenge and integrates several core security solutions to free partners from the difficulty and risk of juggling multiple point products.”

Censornet notes that it will expand its MSP offerings throughout Q4 2022 and into Q1 2023. This move comes in response to the growing demand for managed services caused by an ongoing cybersecurity skills shortage.

As part of Cyber Security Month during October, e92plus is offering all MSP’s a special promotion whereby their customers can benefit from free and unlimited access to Censornet’s Cloud Security (CASB) until January 1, 2023.

Jim Masters

Jim Masters is Managing Editor of MSSP Alert, and holds a B.A. degree in Journalism from Northern Illinois University. His career has spanned governmental and investigative reporting for daily newspapers in the Northwest Indiana Region and 16 years in a global internal communications role for a Fortune 500 professional services company. Additionally, he is co-owner of the Lake County Corn Dogs minor league baseball franchise, located in Crown Point, Indiana. In his spare time, he enjoys writing and recording his own music, oil painting, biking, volleyball, golf and cheering on the Corn Dogs.