Newsletter | November 11, 2020

11.11.20 -- Cyber Resilience For Business Continuity

Cyber Resilience For Business Continuity

MSPs specifically, ranging in size from a few techs to a few hundred professionals, may find they need help protecting their SMB customers from advanced persistent threats (APTs); that’s on top of the consistent onslaught of threats from ordinary, profit-motivated cyberattackers. That’s where the concept of cyber resilience comes in.

COVID-19 Clicks: How Phishing Capitalized On A Global Crisis

As a cybercriminal tactic, phishing is not new. In fact, one of the very first records of the term appeared in an early internet “cracking” application in January of 1996. Despite its age, phishing continues to be one of the most pervasive cyberthreats individuals and businesses face. So, why is such an old method of internet trickery still so common? Perhaps the more important question is, "Why are people still clicking?"

Four Ways MSPs Can Fine-Tune Their Cybersecurity Go-To-Market Strategy

SMBs today are operating in a very unique time where partially or completely remote workforces are the norm, cyberattacks are increasing in frequency and sophistication, and business owners are more focused than ever on remaining profitable. Therefore, it becomes really important to have a well-defined security offering with a solid go-to-market (GTM) strategy.

For MSPs Guiding Clients Through Trying Times

It’s not all bad being an MSP right now. With many employees migrating to remote work, IT services are in high demand. For many MSPs, this meant a glut of work during the March and April months. But now, many of their clients are struggling.

Debunking The Top Five Myths About Ransomware And SMBs

SMBs have limited time and IT resources, and a lot on their plates — especially when it comes to cybersecurity. Unfortunately, SMBs have become the biggest target for ransomware attacks, and they need to face the harsh truth that ransomware can wreak havoc with data, budget, and reputation.