Xchange 2016 is the world’s largest gathering of IT security solution providers and this year promises to be even bigger and better than ever before.
The IT channel’s top solution providers will be attending the event in San Antonio, TX., and attendees will have the opportunity to find out about the latest industry trends and the most innovative IT security solutions. Xchange 2016 is also an excellent event for networking and building valuable industry connections.
This year, Xchange attendees will get the chance to meet with the TitanHQ team and find out more about the company’s innovative web filtering solution: WebTitan.
WebTitan is an easy to use and highly effective web filtering solution that has been developed to protect small to medium sized businesses from a wide range of online threats. WebTitan is easy to deploy, effortless to manage, and easy to sell to partners. It is an ideal security solution for MSPs and Service Providers to add to their service offerings.
At Xchange 2016, MSPs and Service Providers will be able to find out why web filtering is so important for small to medium sized businesses, and how easy it is to use the product to increase partner revenue and cash flow.
On Sunday August 21, TitanHQ Sales Director Conor Madden will be explaining how MSPs and Service Providers can become security titans and significantly boost revenue.
Conors talk, entitled “Become A Security Titan: Web Filtering Solutions That Can Drive Growth for Solution Providers” will arm MSPs and Service Providers with all the information they need to be able to easily sell WebTitan to their partners. Conor will also detail some of the biggest threats that TitanHQ’s customer base has had to deal with, as well as demonstrating the extent to which those threats have increased in recent years.
As TitanHQ CEO Ronan Kavanagh explains, ‘Security threats such as the continued growth of ransomware have created optimal market conditions for TitanHQ’s high margin, best of breed cloud service. Ronan points out “We are now seeing a significant increase in Service Providers adding our web filtering to their service stack. Our cloud services are easy to bundle, have minimal IT support, no upfront investment and will increase partner revenue and cash flow.”
In addition to attending Conor’s talk, be sure to book an appointment with the TitanHQ team. Appointments can be arranged in advance by emailing email@example.com
Xchange 2016 will be taking place in San Antonio, Texas between August 21st – 23rd. You can find out more about the event here.
For further information on WebTitan for MSPs and Service Providers, click here.
McDonalds (Philippines) is the latest fast food chain to choose TitanHQ as its partner to protect employees from phishing attacks.
McDonalds operates more than 500 restaurants in the Philippines and all of those restaurants will now be protected with TitanHQ’s anti-spam solution, SpamTitan. Under the terms of the agreement, TitanHQ has been tasked with keeping employee inboxes free from email spam and protecting its network from other email-borne threats such as malware and ransomware.
Email spam has declined in recent years following the take down of large botnets by international task forces, yet the threat from phishing has never been greater. The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) has recently released a report that shows phishing attacks in 2016 have spiked. In the first quarter of the year, APWG reported there were more phishing attacks “than at any other time in history”.
Phishing attacks have also become far more sophisticated, making it harder for employees to identify phishing emails. Unfortunately, all it takes is for one employee to fall for a single phishing email for a network to be compromised. Employing a robust and powerful anti-spam solution has never been more important.
SpamTitan was chosen to protect all McDonalds restaurants in the Philippines for the excellent level of protection offered, but also due to the simplicity of the solution. As McDonalds (Philippines) IT manager Ramon Rivera III explains, “SpamTitan’s best feature is that it simply works as promised with immediate results. The product is incredibly powerful and yet simple to manage.”
The increase in phishing attacks and the rise in the use of ransomware has prompted many fast food chains to re-evaluate their cybersecurity defenses; however, it is not only employees that need to be protected.
McDonalds has recently announced that it will also be taking action to reduce the risk to customers who connect to its in-restaurant Wi-Fi networks. In order to protect minors, McDonalds will be implementing a web filtering solution to prevent users of its restaurant Wi-Fi networks from accessing pornography. All McDonalds restaurants are to be protected by a web filtering solution which will prevent inappropriate web content from being accessed by any of its customers.
McDonalds is setting an example which other fast food chains are following. After the decision to start offering family-friendly Wi-Fi was announced by McDonalds, Starbucks followed suit. The coffee shop chain is currently looking for a web filtering solution to ensure its coffee shop Wi-Fi networks are 100% family friendly.