BSM Lunch & Learn Webinars

  1. What’s Happening With Ransomware? MSP Cybersecurity Trends & Strategies
    8/17/2017

    Ransomware is real and it’s scary, but for managed service providers, it also represents a profitable opportunity. Your clients need your help in knowing how to protect themselves against an attack.

  2. Deep Dive Into Petya-Based & WannaCry Ransomware Attacks
    6/29/2017

    The Late-June 2017 Petya-based cyberattack has already assaulted companies in critical economic sectors across the globe. This comes just after the WannaCry incident, the largest ransomware attack in history that shut down businesses across 150 countries and infected hundreds of thousands of machines. Watch this on-demand webinar to get a closer look at the ins and outs of these ransomware attacks and learn how you can keep your clients safe.

  3. Stopping Malware Before It Reaches Your Clients’ Networks
    6/1/2017

    Malware defenses have typically been concentrated at the network edge and then at the endpoint layer. When so much business is now in the cloud and user Internet requests are resolved outside the network it’s time to manage and control at the cloud ‘domain’ layer too.

  4. Demystifying ISV Marketing: Lessons Learned From Channel Experts
    5/10/2017

    One of the highlights from the Business Solutions ISV IQ Live! conference in Santa Ana on February 28 was a panel of channel thought leaders discussing ISV marketing best practice. We invited panelists to join us for a webinar to recap the discussion from the event.

  5. Five Cyber Threat Trends MSPs Need To Know
    4/27/2017

    While the number of malware executable files and potentially unwanted applications has dropped, plenty of other threats continue to multiply. Report after report warns businesses, government and consumers of increasingly sophisticated attacks. We’ve seen zero-day phishing URLs grow steadily through 2016, with almost twice as many detected in the fourth quarter as in the first quarter.

  6. MSPs: Cybersecurity Shouldn't Be A Pain In The A$$ets
    2/1/2017

    At this point, MSPs know the big names in cybersecurity. You’re familiar with old-timers like Sophos, Symantec, Trend Micro, and McAfee—and you've probably heard of some of the newer players like Bromium, Cylance, and Sentinel One. The trouble is that every vendor out there uses the same buzzwords, such as “threat intelligence,” “next-gen”, “machine learning,” etc. So who’s telling the truth?

  7. MSP Edition: Are You Smarter Than A Cybercriminal?
    11/3/2016

    The latest news about threats can't wait. To help you stay ahead of modern threats, we’ve compiled our observations on the cybersecurity landscape and malware trends throughout the last year, as well as insights on how to stay secure, in our Quarterly Threat Report.

  8. Is Your Website A Lead Gen Machine?
    10/20/2016

    The buyer does not care about you or your business. It's true, buyer behavior has changed drastically. They buyer has all of the power. So how do you reach this new buyer? The answer is right in front of you - your website. On this webinar we talk through actionable ways you can start attracting your target audience to your website.

  9. Clearing Up Confusion: Where Endpoint Security Meets Efficacy, Performance & Affordability
    9/22/2016

    Today, there are well over 50 vendors who offer some form of endpoint security. Some of them are old familiar names, like Symantec, McAfee, Sophos, and Trend Micro, while others are “next-gen” up-and-comers, such as Cylance, Sentinel One, Tanium, Bromium, and Carbon Black.

  10. Covering Your A$$: Next-Gen Threat Landscape
    8/25/2016

    Today's advanced malware is increasingly difficult to remove and even harder to detect in the first place. In this presentation, we examine the modern threat landscape and discuss the shortcomings of traditional antivirus, as well as how organizations can stay ahead of the malware curve. Malware authors aren't too concerned about what traditional security is capable of blocking, since they've formed reliable tactics to circumvent that protection. Either by leveraging social engineering or advanced evasive tactics, modern malware spells an uphill battle for traditional defenses.