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MarkMonitor, Fortinet, and Sucuri are new StopBadware Partners

Posted on January 31, 2013 - 14:27 by ccondon

Therefore and thusly we doth decree: StopBadware’s first new partnerships of 2013 have been formed! Today we welcome a trio of security samurais, a triplicate of vulnerability vanquishers, a boisterous band of badware bashers: MarkMonitor, Fortinet, and Sucuri. All three of these companies will contribute their perspectives on security, recent attacks, and the evolving threatscape to StopBadware’s Partners Forum discussions. And more: Fortinet has signed on to participate in our new data sharing initiative, MarkMonitor was instrumental in helping to get the Ads Integrity Alliance’s Web presence up and running, and Sucuri’s crew of website experts have been helping webmasters on our community forum for several years. A big, formal welcome to these three great companies!

Our partner companies have always spanned an impressive breadth and depth of security interests and expertise. Incorporating all these diverse perspectives into an ongoing, actionable conversation is a constant challenge, but it’s a challenge we’ve come to welcome, and from which we consistently benefit. MarkMonitor, Fortinet, and Sucuri are a perfect example of our supporters’ outstanding diversity: these three new StopBadware Partners represent leadership in online brand protection, network security and unified threat management, and website malware protection and cleanup. As broad as their interests are, they join a distinguished crew in working toward a singular, grand goal: finding new ways to make the Web safer for everyone.

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