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Secure Now! MSPs Gain Dark Web Monitoring, Azure Active Directory Sync

Secure Now!'s breach prevention platform for managed service providers (MSPs) now supports dark web monitoring. The upgrade also supports:

  • Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Enables MSPs to automatically onboard their customers' employees for cybersecurity training.
  • AutoPhish: Allows MSPs to enroll customers' employees in an automated simulated phishing attack system and determine the start and end date and frequency of simulated phishing campaigns.
  • Dark Web Monitoring: Ensures MSPs can deliver dark web alerts related to potential data breaches involving customers' employees.
  • VigilanteATI: Provides access to InfoArmor VigilanteATI advanced threat intelligence capabilities.

The Breach Secure Now! upgrades are now available.

Breach Secure Now!: Here's What MSPs Need to Know

Breach Secure Now! includes a Breach Prevention Platform that provides continuous threat monitoring, as well as security awareness training and white-label marketing content. It is available as a partner subscription, which provides unlimited access to Secure Now! partner resources.

MSPs also can offer Breach Secure Now! as a white-label service. That way, MSPs can use Breach Secure Now! to teach organizations about advanced cyber threats and help them prepare accordingly.

A Closer Look at Secure Now!

Secure Now! offers Breach Secure Now!, along with cybersecurity training for employees and security assessments, policies and procedures to help organizations address cyberattacks. The company also provides HIPAA Secure Now!, a suite of services designed to help law firms, insurance companies and healthcare organizations comply with HIPAA.

Secure Now! currently has 5,000 customers nationwide. It also has performed more than 5,000 security assessments to date and looks poised to accelerate its growth thanks in part to its Breach Secure Now! upgrades.

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.