Category Archives: Security

Multi-Vector Threats And What They Mean For MSPs

According to the 2017 Webroot Threat Report, ransomware, exploit kits, malicious Android™ apps, and high-risk URLs are still on the rise. Today...

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Managed Detection And Response: A Competitive Advantage For MSPs

As the need for cybersecurity increases across all industries, companies are turning to their IT providers for guidance and support. But, what does it...

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Shining A Light On The Dark Web: How Credential Exposure Leads To Theft

Digital credentials such as usernames and passwords are used by your customers to connect to their critical business applications, as well as online s...

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Massive Revenue Growth Or Failure – Cybersecurity And Compliance Will Make Or Break You In 3 Years

Service providers that don’t adapt to changes in the market are facing impending doom within 3 years.  Changes with cloud, IoT, cybersecurity and c...

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SIEMplify Your Managed Security Practice

This session will provide an overview for MSP’s that are considering adding Managed Security services to their offering.  This is real world overvi...

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Vendor Management: Do You Know Who Your Partners Really Are?

MSPs depend on their vendors to deliver high quality managed services offerings. These third party vendors can be an asset or a liability when it come...

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Security In A Data-Centric World

Reports of massive data breaches topped news feeds last year — and that won’t change anytime soon. Cybercrime is an extremely lucrative business. ...

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You Can’t Hide in the Cloud – Threats in the Age of SaaS

Presented at MSPWorld 2017 Conference in New Orleans by Kevin Haley. Security threats don’t change, but they do e...

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Moving the MSP to MSSP

Presented at MSPWorld 2017 Conference in New Orleans by Martin Caise. Join Marty Caise from Kaspersky Lab as he dis...

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Where is your Blind Spot!

Presented at MSPWorld 2017 Conference in New Orleans by David Neel. We all have them, and we know it.  Read more