Climb Channel Solutions bags UK double deal with Malwarebytes and Invicti

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Climb Channel Solutions has struck a brace of new channel deals, becoming the first-ever UK channel distributor for Invicti Security, alongside an expansion of its relationship with Malwarebytes.

The speciality IT distributor will deliver Invicti’s full security portfolio to UK and Irish markets, in addition to providing technical, pre-and-post-sales support.

“This relationship helps us deliver on our commitment of helping our broad range of international partners and customers secure their company’s most important assets,” explained Jane Silk, Climb’s vice president sales, EMEA.

“By partnering with Invicti and offering their leading AppSec solutions, we can better help DevSecOps teams meet the increasingly critical demand for finding and remediating web vulnerabilities.”

Climb Channel Solutions has also expanded its relationship with cyber security firm Malwarebytes to include its full business portfolio for VARs in the UK and Ireland.

The move builds on the pair’s existing MSP partnership to enable partners to leverage additional threat prevention modules and services - such as DNS filtering and managed detection and response (MDR) - to tailor offerings to their customers’ needs.

"We’re excited to expand our Malwarebytes offering to include the full portfolio for VARs as well as MSPs,” said Silk. “Our partnership with Malwarebytes has grown in a short time and our teams enjoy working together to ensure we can offer the best solutions to our customers.”


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Paul Sexton, Malwarebytes’ channel manager for the UK and Ireland, highlighted the vital role that partners play in its “mission of serving under-resourced IT teams” as malware and ransomware attacks continue to rise.

"As business owners around the world have unfortunately experienced, the consequences of a ransomware attack can be devastating to their operations and even their existence. That's why we are excited to announce our partnership with Climb Channel Solutions," he said.

“A benefit of Climb is that they not only provide an easy way to purchase and deploy solutions, but they also help educate their partners. We are keen to work with Climb to provide guidance on the cyber security landscape to help their partners become trusted advisors to their end users and stay on top of the evolving threat landscape."

Daniel Todd

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