SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA — May 25, 2016
SiteLock, the global leader in website security solutions announced today an agreement with Ingram Micro, the world's largest technology distributor and a leading master cloud service provider.
Through this relationship, the SiteLock Find, Fix, Prevent, and 911 solution sets are now available to channel partners via the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace in the United States. SiteLock's comprehensive, cloud-based website security solutions will ensure websites are running safely through malware detection, testing, automatic malware removal, web app firewalls, and more.
In today's digital world, cybercriminals are becoming increasingly more sophisticated and efficient. With over 4,000 cyber-attacks every day, 170 attacks every hour, and nearly three attacks every minute, it's important to prepare companies to defend against an inevitable cyber-attack.
"We are one of the only security solutions providers to offer complete, cloud-based website protection and we couldn't be more pleased to grow our business with Ingram Micro. With their deep knowledge in technology solutions as a whole, we believe our product will only enhance their cloud portfolio," notes Tom Serani, Executive Vice President of Business Development for SiteLock.
"With cybersecurity now a growing issue for anyone with an online presence, the increased user demand for cloud-based website security offers a significant revenue opportunity for channel partners," says Tarik Faouzi, vice president, Global Cloud Partners and Solutions, Ingram Micro. "We are excited to round out our Online Presence portfolio in the Cloud Marketplace with the addition of SiteLock, and deliver greater business value to our channel partners through a holistic end-to-end cloud offering that encompasses everything a business needs to build a professional caliber online presence."
SiteLock provides comprehensive, cloud-based website security to all businesses. The company offers a suite of products that help businesses defend against malicious activity and harmful requests. Founded in 2008, the company currently protects over six million websites worldwide. For more information, please visit SiteLock.com.