March, 2020 — We recently had a Malicious Operation (Malop) pop up for one of our MSP Partners' small business clients and it turned out to be a true hit, with malicious PowerShell on a couple of hosts with RDP (port 3389) open to the internet. Our Malware Prevention thankfully blocked the malicious payloads, but something was still going on that needed to be tracked down and remediated.
Security services are a great way to protect MSP clients, but should they be optional?
Cyber criminals have no off season, neither should your security. Here’s a lineup of the cybersecurity solutions that team up to be your offense and defense.
Your adversary may not always be on the other side of a screen.
Learn about the growing cyber threat that attackers use to make money… by taking yours.
High-profile, newsworthy cyber breaches may have you believe that only big corporations like Target, Facebook, and Equifax are where cyber criminals focus their efforts. However, it continues to be proven that small and mid-sized organizations are being targeted frequently, despite the belief that a smaller organization has nothing that would be valuable to a criminal.
If a single password was the barrier between an attacker and your network, would it hold up against brute force?
The bad guys got their hands on a powerful tool… and now they use it to get their hands on your passwords.
Learn one method used by attackers to gain a foothold in a network and escalate their privileges.
One of the easiest ways for cyber criminals to begin an attack is through a malicious email. Here’s a look at how they do it.
Cyber criminals have no off season. Here are some of the most popular attack tactics and techniques your organization should be prepared to defend against.
Every business needs cybersecurity, right? The bad guys are out there and have shelved their shotguns for computer code. Then why is it so difficult for MSPs to sell cybersecurity?
The most common approach I hear to selling MSS is educating customers and that is important, but you will struggle to sell MSS by just educating customers and not also holding them accountable.
Finding the right people to fill cybersecurity positions in your organization is getting harder and harder.
In 2018, according to the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), three in five organizations have unfilled cybersecurity or IT security positions, with 54% of companies saying it took over three months to fill those positions.
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.
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?