In a follow up to our episode titled “Who are Hackers Really Targeting?”, we have further evidence that it is not MSPs who are vulnerable to attack, but instead, the non-MSP organization has a higher likelihood of being successfully breached in a cyberattack compared to an MSP. 

This is not to say MSPs do not get targeted or breached. This does mean, however, that successful cyberattacks are more likely to occur in a non-MSP organization than a fully matured managed services entity. 


  • Remote access systems 
  • MSP vs non-MSP risk
  • Differentiating between MSPs and non-MSPs…why it matters

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