The ThreatLocker team provides the latest stories to keep you and your customers updated on ransomware and other malicious cybersecurity threats. Here's what's new this week:
Affordable Security Training for Every MSP Employee?
This August, we've teamed up with vendors across the channel to make some of the industry's best security training more accessible and affordable for MSPs. Our goal is for Black Hills Information Security to train 500 MSPs in the next 30 days. MSPs and MSSPs will learn SOC core skills during a 16-hour information security training course.
Those MSPs, in turn, will strive to protect 500,000 workers across 15,000 SMBs (small and midsize businesses). The effort won’t stop there: Morgan and Strand say the training is designed to be affordable and easily consumed for all MSP employees.
ThreatLocker Announces Relocation with New HQ in Orlando
Relocating our headquarters to Orlando is an incredible milestone that not only signals rapid growth but also our commitment to providing the only true zero trust endpoint security technology on the market to our global customers,” said Danny Jenkins, CEO and Co-Founder of ThreatLocker. “We’re excited to strengthen our national presence and join Orlando’s emerging technology and cybersecurity ecosystem.
ThreatLocker Named Top 10 Baby Black Unicorn for 2021
ThreatLocker competed against many of the industry’s leading providers of cybersecurity products and services for this prestigious award. The term “Baby Black Unicorn” signifies a cybersecurity company that has the potential to reach a $1 billion dollar market value within 3-5 years (a few years longer than a Black Unicorn) as determined by private or public investment and these awards showcase those companies with this kind of incredible potential in the cybersecurity marketplace.
‘What we have [with detection] is three or four alarms in our house, and the front door is not locked ... The house alarms are going to make a lot of noise if somebody breaks in, but it’s not going to stop someone from walking in,’ says ThreatLocker CEO Danny Jenkins.