Cybersecurity has become a hot topic for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and their small business clients. It has become clear that MSPs who don't provide cybersecurity to their clients are falling behind, but the quality of the cybersecurity offerings is also a key factor.
As an operationally mature MSP, you should be pricing your basic support services on a per-seat basis to help your clients and prospects understand what you bring to the table in a transparent pricing model. Security Services should be no different.
Traditional antivirus simply isn’t enough to fight the advanced, targeted attacks being deployed today.
How do you fight back? What solutions do you need to prevent the dramatic loss that can rampage through your company?
It’s time to fight back with the next generation of antivirus technology.
What’s your plan if an attack makes it past your defenses?
While there are many tools and technologies that fight to keep attackers out, it’s just as important to have a plan if those fail.
What sounds better? Proactively fighting potential threats or scrambling to pick up the pieces after an attacker has successfully made their way onto your system?
As threats continue to become more complex and targeted, it’s more important than ever to focus your efforts to minimize the risk before it’s too late. Vulnerability management is one way to do that.
A good disguise can go a long way.
Concealing your real identity and priorities can get you far, especially in cybersecurity.
When an attacker is disguised as a legitimate user, it’s harder to detect their presence, often until it’s too late. This is most evident during the cyberattack stage of lateral movement. To fight an attack at this stage, it’s important to know the objectives of...
Are you struggling as an MSP owner to deliver security services to your clients?
As an MSP owner, you have three options: Build, Buy, or Partner. How do you determine your next step?
The threat landscape is changing.
Fileless malware is a phrase that is rapidly picking up popularity in the cybersecurity industry. In fact, 77% of successful cyberattacks in 2017 utilized some form of fileless malware. So you’ve probably heard of it, and you know you should be scared of it… but what is fileless malware?
Every network has its weaknesses.
But do you know what they are and the impact they have on your network security? With the large amount of data on systems and advances in attack sophistication, it’s more important than ever to have a complete picture of what’s going on in your network.
The battle of cybersecurity is constantly advancing.
As hackers move to more complex, focused efforts, their strategies have changed and the threat has increased.
One of these strategies, advanced persistent threats (APT), is a customized, focused attack that is difficult to detect and nearly impossible to prevent. So how do companies of all sizes protect their networks and keep their customer...
What’s your game plan if prevention fails?
As attack techniques continue to advance, it’s crucial to have a plan in place. Last year, 77% of successful attacks used fileless attack techniques, something even the best antivirus solution can’t track or prevent.
Cyberattacks don’t happen overnight.
They take weeks, even months of planning, research, and deliberate actions. At each stage, from the preparation to the finished attack, there’s great potential to detect the malicious activity and break down the entire operation.
As the intelligence of hackers continues to grow, so does the technology built to protect against even their best attacks.
Technology like Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) can be invaluable to businesses or managed service providers (MSPs), but with such a powerful tool, there are many questions that need to be answered to understand how it works, what it protects against, and the benefits...
Understanding cybersecurity can be complex in today's constantly-evolving threat landscape. With every new advancement in technology comes a new opportunity for hackers, a new avenue for attack, and a new vulnerability to be exploited.
It’s not just big businesses that are at risk of being hacked or cyber-attacked.
It may seem scary to let your kids go online after you hear that, but don’t throw all the computers away and live off-the-grid just yet. Try implementing these five cybersecurity practices in your home to give your family some peace-of-mind online: