Climb Channel Solutions Announces the Launch of a New Partnership with DNSFilter in North America

Climb Channel Solutions, an international specialty technology distributor and wholly owned subsidiary of Climb Global Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLMB) is excited to announce their partnership with DNSFilterDNSFilter’s launch into the North American market and their use of Climb as their sole distributor will enable resellers and MSPs to mitigate cyber-attack risk.

Bob Gagnon, DNSFilter VP of Channel Sales, said: “By partnering with Climb Channel Solutions, we can ensure that more companies have access to the DNS security needed to protect their networks and the sensitive data that lives in them. Together we will increase security and boost productivity by allowing organizations to identify and remediate the threats that originate online by scanning, categorizing, and blocking malicious websites. We look forward to furthering our work with Climb.”

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