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Conceal Provides MSPs with Free License for Zero Trust Browser Solution

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Conceal has developed an MSP Community Program to help service providers incorporate the company's ConcealBrowse zero trust browser solution into their portfolios.

The program gives managed security providers (MSPs) a free not for resale (NFR) license so that they can "fully experience and understand the power of the ConcealBrowse solution, thus facilitating its integration into their service offerings," the company said.

What ConcealBrowse Offers

ConcealBrowse protects users while they browse the internet, Conceal said. To do so, the solution follows a four-step process:

  1. Browser Access. A user accesses a browser and begins surfing the web. At the same time, ConcealBrowse activates in the browser and adds a layer of protection.
  2. Submit HTTP Request. The user submits an HTTP request through a browser or an internet-facing application.
  3. Determine Activity Risk. ConcealBrowse lets a user know if an activity request is risky.
  4. Isolate. ConcealBrowse isolates any unknown requests.

How Can MSPs Use ConcealBrowse?

MSPs can integrate ConcealBrowse into their existing security packages or offer it as a standalone solution, Conceal indicated. ConcealBrowse will detect, defend against and isolate malicious, unknown internet activity across their customers' applications.

ConcealBrowse lets MSPs send telemetry data to post-processing plug-ins and network security and analysis tools, Conceal stated. In doing so, the solution enables MSPs to consolidate telemetry across their entire customer base.

In addition, MSPs can utilize ConcealBrowse to stop potentially malicious clicks in a web browser before they have a chance to execute on an endpoint. MSPs also can use ConcealBrowse to provide smart browser isolation policy enforcement and credential theft protection to organizations of all sizes.

Conceal Offers a Partner Program for Technology Providers

Along with its MSP Community Program, Conceal offers a partner program for MSPs, MSSPs, resellers, distributors, advisory and consulting firms and system integrators.

The program's features include:

  • Demos and internal-use licensing
  • Marketing investments
  • Technology and sales enablement

To date, Conceal has partnered with Binary Defense, White Rock Cybersecurity, Boruga and other technology providers. Conceal also continues to serve as a "channel-first organization" and remains committed to working with security partners, the company stated.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.