ManagedMethods Expands Availability of Its Cloud Security Solution Into the UK by Signing Up first UK-based Reseller

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ManagedMethods, a company providing cloud security solutions – to gain visibility into how data is stored, accessed and shared in popular cloud applications, has announced its expansion into the UK with the signing of Prevention Software as the company’s first UK-based Reseller.

ManagedMethods also announced that through Prevention Software’s efforts its Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) product has been deployed at a leading UK portfolio and risk management services provider, providing visibility and control of how their data is stored, accessed and shared in Microsoft Office 365 and OneDrive, as well as scanning email for malware and objectionable content.

cloud security“Data protection issues in the UK such as email and document access, Shadow IT and especially the impending GDPR regulations are creating a huge opportunity for ManagedMethods’ CASB solutions,” said Charlie Sander, CEO of ManagedMethods. “We’re pleased to partner with an experienced reseller like Prevention Software to meet the UK’s growing demand for enterprise cloud security.” 

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Prevention’s recent deployment of ManagedMethods would secure the data of their customer’s 100 employees using Office 365 and OneDrive, including protecting their Office 365 email.

In addition to ManagedMethods, Prevention Software has partnerships with other security-focused solution providers, including WatchGuard, Barracuda, Teramind, and Malware Bytes, giving PSW the expertise to deploy web filtering, malware protection, firewalls, access controls, backups and more.

“Our customers are increasingly asking for help to protect their data as they move to the cloud,” said Gary Clarkson, Director at Prevention Software. “ManagedMethods offers a cost-effective, easy-to-deploy solution that gives our clients the visibility and control they need. We look forward to working together to address this growing market opportunity.”