Breach Secure Now! (BSN) has linked its end user awareness training, dark web analytics, and security risk assessment services to both Autotask PSA and ConnectWise Manage.
The new integrations allow BSN software to open service tickets automatically when a user’s credentials appear on the dark web or an employee fails a phishing test, among other conditions.
“Our partners have been asking for that,” says Breach Secure Now! CEO Art Gross. “They want that automation.” In the past, he notes, BSN products sent email notifications about such issues instead.
Breach Secure Now! introduced synchronization between its products and Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory service in March. Integration with the on-premises edition of Active Directory is due shortly, according to Gross, as is new consolidated billing functionality that combines all charges for all of an MSP’s accounts on a single monthly invoice.
“From an accounting point of view, it makes life a lot easier,” he says. It also makes delivering BSN services to large numbers of end users more practical.
“We’re setting ourselves up for scale now and mass adoption of our platform,” Gross says.
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