Malwarebytes Achieves Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Certification for Endpoint Protection

Key certification makes Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers a clear choice for Linux users

Santa Clara, CA – July 30, 2020 – MalwarebytesTM, a leading provider of advanced endpoint protection and remediation solutions, today announced that it has achieved Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 certification for its Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers product. This key certification gives users the confidence that they may more easily configure and deploy the product within Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 environments.


“In addition to an increase in threats targeting Linux machines, we’ve seen an increase in demand from our customers to support both Windows and Linux servers to pair with our existing endpoint protection products. Our new Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers product enables these customers to use one cohesive product across endpoints,” said Marcin Kleczynski, CEO and co-founder of Malwarebytes. “By certifying our Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, we are demonstrating how we continue to evolve our products to not only respond to customer needs, but also support simplified integration into the environments they choose.”


Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, designed to span the breadth of deployments across enterprise IT. For nearly any workload running on any environment, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 delivers one enterprise Linux experience to meet the unique technology needs of evolving enterprises in hybrid cloud environments. As part of the Red Hat partner ecosystem, Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers has proven that it can seamlessly deploy and operate within Red Hat Enterprise Linux ecosystems.


“Broad, certified ecosystems are critical for enterprise technology adoption as well as providing customers with a variety of options to meet their unique IT challenges,” said Lars Herrmann, senior director, Red Hat Partner Connect, Red Hat. “We are pleased to add Malwarebytes as a certified partner to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux ecosystem, extending customer choice for endpoint protection technologies paired with the confidence Red Hat certification brings to their respective deployments.”


Available today, Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers is a full suite malware protection and remediation product, driven from the cloud through a single pane of glass for organizations of all sizes. The product provides a single cloud console that provides visibility into all activity across an organization – from Linux and Windows servers to Windows and Mac workstations.


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