About Vade

Vade is a global cybersecurity company specializing in the development of threat detection and response technology with artificial intelligence. Vade’s products and solutions protect consumers, businesses, and organizations from email-borne cyberattacks, including malware/ransomware, spear phishing/business email compromise, and phishing. Founded in 2009, Vade protects more than 1.4 billion corporate and consumer mailboxes and serves the ISP, SMB, and MSP markets with award-winning products and solutions that help increase cybersecurity and maximize IT efficiency.


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  • CRN’s 2022 Products Of The Year
    CRN Staff

    CRN staff compiled the top partner-friendly products that launched over the past year, then turned to solution providers to choose the winners.

    The 2022 Tech Innovator Awards
    Rick Whiting

    From among more than 260 applicants, CRN staff selected products spanning the IT industry – including in cloud, infrastructure, security, storage and devices – that offer ground-breaking functionality, differentiation and partner opportunity.

    US Cybersecurity Agency Warns About Attacks Using RMM Tools
    Kyle Alspach
    January 26, 2023, 01:09 PM EST

    The threat of MSPs and their clients being targeted in attacks involving remote management software continues to be a major issue, CISA says in the warning.

    5 Companies That Came To Win This Week
    Rick Whiting
    January 27, 2023, 11:40 AM EST

    For the week ending Jan. 27, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their ‘A’ game to the channel including Dell Technologies, ServiceNow partner Thirdera, systems integrator Cognizant, machine learning tech developer Domino Data Lab, and cybersecurity provider Arctic Wolf.

    IBM Earnings: 5 Things To Know
    Wade Tyler Millward
    January 27, 2023, 10:49 AM EST

    ‘Over the last several quarters, it has become clear that technology is playing a significant role in boosting productivity in the face of inflation, demographic shifts, supply chain challenges and sustainability requirements,’ IBM CEO Arvind Krishna says on the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call.