When ransomware targeting MSPs began making headlines, things started to change. This also made MSPs assess their current RMM platform and, should they decide to switch, change the criteria of what to look out for when finding “the right” vendor. We have 5 considerations for you.
This week on Lock and Code, we talk to Pieter Arntz about web browser privacy—an often neglected subcategory of data privacy.
For MSPs, securing themselves from ransomware is just as much a practice in securing clients. See how to save data—and money—with these best practices.
On episode 2 of Lock and Code, we discuss the latest security news, including how to secure remote workers, security conferences cancelled because of coronavirus, and Google Play’s poor performance on stopping malware. Plus, we speak to two MSP representatives on the daily challenges of managing thousands of endpoints.
How do you spot the unicorn cybersecurity vendors amongst the bad apples? We show MSPs the ins and outs of vendor vetting.
What many don’t realize is that SMBs need the same level of protection from threats that are usually only afforded to enterprises. Managed service providers (MSPs) are the key to getting the protection and service they need while staying on budget.
Behind each cyberattack on the MSP is typically a system left unpatched, asset management undone, security officer not hired, or board who sees investment in security as a cost center rather than a long-term investment.
A security operations center (SOC) can significantly improve an organization’s security posture, but it’s not a perfect solution and can be challenging to implement. Read on to learn how to clear hurdles and build an effective SOC team.