Technology Alliances

At iboss, we partner with technology leaders to deliver greater value to our customers. Your cybersecurity strategy demands multiple layers of defense, so we’ve carefully selected partners to help us deliver the most innovative and robust cybersecurity platform in the industry.

Microsoft

Extending across Microsoft Azure, iboss cloud expands its global cloud footprint across all Azure data centers to cohabitate directly where Microsoft cloud applications live. The partnership is vast and includes cohabitation directly within Azure, native integration with Microsoft Cloud App Security (CASB), Virtual WAN (vWAN) and Microsoft Private App.

Apple

Partnering with Apple allows iboss cloud to offer solutions that extend comprehensive security easily and efficiently across Apple devices whether on or off the network. By expanding security, iboss cloud not only dynamically secures Apple devices in the cloud, but also enables accurate policy enforcement to conserve valuable IT resources, lowering TCO.

Samsung Electronics

The iboss cloud partnership with Samsung has enabled easy-to-manage solutions with the end-user in mind. This partnership provides users with an unsurpassed level of security for all Samsung devices.

Verizon

Verizon delivers the promise of the digital world by enhancing the ability of humans, businesses and society to do more new and do more good. As one of the largest Telcos in the world and a Fortune 20 organization, Verizon is a global leader for Network Services, Managed Security Services & UCaaS. Verizon is partnered with iboss to secure user Internet access in the cloud so that security goes where users go.

IBM

IBM strives to create and share technologies with partners in order to provide clients across the globe with new and innovative products. The iboss cloud partnership with IBM enables customers with a greater range of solutions to combat high-risk threats from internal and external sources.

Hewlett Packard

The iboss cloud partnership with the HP AllianceOne Partner Program integrates HP’s Software-Defined Networking (SDN) with iboss cloud to provide advanced threat protection inside the network. iboss cloud leverages the HP VAN Controller to pinpoint and isolate infected devices, and prevent infections from spreading within the network.

ServiceNow

ServiceNow makes the world of work, work better for people. We deliver digital workflows that create great experiences and unlock productivity.

Ruckus Wireless

Ruckus is highly motivated to bring its advanced wireless technology to clients around the world. The iboss cloud partnership with Ruckus provides greater wireless security and reliability to clients worldwide.

Bradford Networks

For more than 10 years Bradford Networks has provided the best in network security and NAC solutions to mitigate the risk and impact of the most advanced cyber threats. Partnering with Bradford Networks provides the ability to capture directory usernames through a deployed Bradford NAC, and to seamlessly provide user-based policies and application security.

Impulse Point

Impulse Point delivers the industry’s most scalable and easiest to deploy and maintain BYOD management solutions. IdentityConnect™ and SafeConnect™ are the solutions of choice for large, diverse environments where iboss cloud’s native integration with Impulse Point’s solutions provides real-time, identity-to-device session data correlation that delivers more granular filtering and defined access roles, based on user identities.

Webroot

Webroot and BrightCloud® Threat Intelligence Services protect from malicious URLs, IPs, files, and mobile apps by integrating accurate and near real-time threat intelligence into your network and endpoint protection. The platform scans billions of IP addresses and billions of URLs across millions of domains, in addition to millions of mobile apps, and leverages machine learning to classify and categorize each according to the threat it represents to your business. Because today’s cyber threat landscape shifts so rapidly, and much of the malware we see today will be gone tomorrow, cloud-based solutions making instantaneous updates must replace static and list-based antivirus solutions.

Bitdefender

Bitdefender Advanced Threat Security includes HyperDetect to block attacks at pre-execution with tunable machine learning capabilities, and Sandbox Analyzer for enhanced targeted attack detection. The offering protects against file-less attacks, PowerShell and other script attacks, and delivers improved threat context and visibility. Advanced Anti-Exploit detects unknown file-based or file-less (memory only) exploits by focusing on the attack techniques and using behavioral technologies instead of signatures of known exploits

Google Safe Browsing

Google Safe Browsing helps protect over four billion devices every day by identifying when an attempt to navigate to dangerous sites or download dangerous files is made. Safe Browsing leverages one of the largest malicious databases to defend against malware, unwanted software and social engineering.

VirusTotal

VirusTotal analyzes files and URLs for viruses, worms, trojans and other kinds of malicious content. VirusTotal inspects items with over 70 antivirus scanners and URL/domain blacklisting services, in addition to a myriad of tools to extract signals from the studied content. Our goal is to make the internet a safer place through collaboration between members of the antivirus industry, researchers and end users of all kinds. Fortune 500 companies, governments and leading security companies are all part of the VirusTotal community, which has grown to over 500,000 registered users

Openphish

OpenPhish is a fully automated self-contained platform for phishing intelligence. It identifies phishing sites and performs intelligence analysis in real time without human intervention and without using any external resources, such as blacklists.

Phishtank

PhishTank is a collaborative clearing house for data and information about phishing on the Internet.

Spamhaus

Spamhaus realtime threat and reputation blocklists currently protect over 3 Billion user mailboxes* and are responsible for blocking the vast majority of spam and malware sent out on the Internet. Spamhaus data is today used by the majority of the Internet’s ISPs, email service providers, corporations, universities, governments and military networks.

APWG

APWG is the international coalition unifying the global response to cybercrime across industry, government and law-enforcement sectors and NGO communities actively sharing threat information in real time. APWG’s membership of more than 2200 institutions worldwide includes global governance bodies like the Commonwealth Parliamentary AssociationOrganization for Economic Co-operation and DevelopmentInternational Telecommunications Union, ICANN, European Commission, the G8 High Technology Crime Subgroup, Council of Europe’s Convention on CybercrimeUnited Nations Office of Drugs and CrimeOrganization for Security and Cooperation in EuropeEuropol EC3 and the Organization of American States.