Liongard has integrated its automated documentation solution with Vade’s email defense solution.
A new Vade Inspector, available now, is designed to help MSPs simplify management, accounting, and reporting by collecting detailed security, licensing, and billing information from their Vade deployments.
“I’m very pleased that Vade for M365 is now integrated with Liongard’s leading IT automation platform,” said Adrien Gendre, Vade’s chief technology and product officer, in a media statement. “MSPs who offer managed cybersecurity can now combine the threat detection and remediation capabilities of Vade for M365 with the automation and unified visibility of Liongard. Together, Liongard and Vade for M365 give MSPs the tools they need to save time, improve efficiencies, and grow their businesses.”
Liongard’s platform utilizes Inspectors to collect data from applications, cloud solutions, network resources, and services like Active Directory. It then feeds that information into a “unified visibility” interface designed to provide in-depth documentation of everything an MSP is responsible for managing in one place. The system has supported Windows and Linux endpoints since last month.
Vade joins Duo, ESET, SentinelOne, Sophos, and Webroot as one of many security vendors on Liongard’s list of integrations. There are over 70 Inspectors and integrations currently available.
“We’re very excited about our new Vade Inspector and the value it brings to the MSP community,” said Matt Miller, Liongard’s vice president of product, in prepared remarks. “Both Vade and Liongard are committed to helping the managed services community stay security-focused. This Inspector enables MSPs to maintain a strong security posture through automation, with the added benefit of saving time and effort across the organization.”
Vade launched a threat management and incident response tool for MSP users of its Vade for M365 email security solution in June.