BSN and Lyra hit market with MSP security training courses

July 9, 2024
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TLDR:

  • BSN and Lyra Technology Group have formed an exclusive partnership to offer MSP security training.
  • The collaboration introduces BSN’s automated breach prevention and productivity training platform to all MSPs within the Lyra Technology Group family.

Breach Secure Now (BSN) and MSP technology provider Lyra Technology Group have signed an “exclusive” partnership. Lyra Technology Group offers local provisioning, technical support, onboarding, training, and marketing assistance to MSPs. The new collaboration introduces BSN’s automated breach prevention and productivity training platform to all MSPs within the Lyra Technology Group family. The integrated platform includes unlimited phishing simulations, weekly training content, dark web monitoring, policy and procedure templates, security risk assessment tools, employee secure scores (ESS), and AI fundamentals training, among other features.

“Since our inception, we have focused on providing MSPs with top-tier solutions for business continuity, productivity, and security,” said Vince Kent, Lyra Technology Group CTO. “Our partnership with BSN empowers MSP partners and their clients to leverage technology safely. It allows us to deliver a comprehensive human firewall solution specifically designed for MSPs, protecting against cyber threats and enhancing operational efficiency.” Art Gross, CEO of Breach Secure Now, said: “This partnership expands our reach and allows us to deliver our industry-leading cyber security education and productivity training to a broader audience, providing MSPs with comprehensive solutions to meet their clients’ needs.”


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