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Comodo and Multi-Visions (Canada) Enter into Distribution Agreement for North America

Comodo, the world’s leader of next-generation cybersecurity announced a distribution partnership with Multi-Visions (Canada) for North America. Together Comodo and Multi-Visions will bring Comodo’s entire range of cybersecurity solutions, including the Dragon platform with Endpoint Manager RMM, Secure Internet Gateway (SIG), Secure Email Gateway (SEG), Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP) and SOC-as-a-Platform (SOCaaP™), to their partner ecosystem. This will enable Multi-Visions partners to easily deploy, manage & monitor any software to their client endpoints, including all modern AVs, and with SOCaaP turn a VAR/MSPs into a full MSSP without up-front capital expenses or additional hires, driving additional high-margin monthly recurring revenue (MRR) and growth.

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“We are vendor agnostic, partner-focused and help our partner community take full advantage of the best technologies available,” said Marc Attala, VP of Sales, Multi-Visions. He continued, “Unlike other RMM vendors like Syncro and NinjaRMM that try to integrate third-party products into their RMM, or next-gen EPP vendors like Crowdstrike & SentinelOne that are too complex and too expensive, Comodo not only provides AEP for the world’s only endpoint protection with Auto-Containment, but also offers Endpoint Manager (RMM), Secure Email Gateway (email security) & Security Internet Gateway (DNS-based internet security & category-based website filtering), all from a single platform, and with bundle and volume-based discounts & pricing. Also, Endpoint Manager RMM can be used to deploy any number of products, including other AV’s, making it perfect for our vendor agnostic approach. Our partners will find it very attractive to no longer pay for and deal with 4-5 separate vendors and platforms, thanks to Comodo.”

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“We welcome this partnership with Multi-Visions and look forward to reaching out to their entire partner community to show how Multi-Visions and Comodo can provide a single dashboard from which to manage all endpoint security & cloud security operations,” said Farokh Karani, Senior Director – Channels and Alliances for Comodo. He continued, “There’s no reason for a partner to have one interface for RMM, another for endpoint protection, another for cloud-based email security, another for internet security/web filtering solution, and then another to access a SOC to monitor all those functions. And of course, pay separately for RMM, EPP, mail security, internet/web security and SOC as a Service (SOCaaS)”.

Multi-Visions chose Comodo’s Dragon platform for its built-in Endpoint Manager RMM and optional Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP), which is a complete cloud-native framework that delivers a zero-trust architecture to protect and defend endpoints. Its patent-pending auto containment technology has active breach protection that neutralizes ransomware, malware and cyber-attacks. The auto containment runs an unknown executable in a kernel API virtualized mode, thereby offering attack surface reduction (ASR) which neutralizes ransomware attacks. The Dragon Platform also utilizes a Default Deny security posture with Default Allow usability to provide a most comprehensive protection against zero-day threats, while having no impact on end-user experience or workflows. Comodo’s Valkyrie analyzes and gives a trusted verdict for every file – no other company will analyze and give trusted verdict for 100% of the files on a network.

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Comodo’s platform shares intelligence and is therefore more secure than disparate products that claim best of breed but don’t share information. Comodo has architected its cybersecurity product to maximize intelligent sharing between every component of the platform, therefore providing superior security.

Alan Knepfer, President and Chief Revenue Office at Comodo said, “Comodo is a partner-centric company and we’re grateful for partners like Multi-Visions for trusting in us to provide the partners that they serve, their total cybersecurity requirements.”

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