A PSA is the central hub for any MSP or ITSP - it must integrate with all of the critical applications that an MSP needs to run their business, providing full visibility into customers, internal operations, and profitability.
The PSA solution should be purpose-built for MSPs and have a user experience that is...
Managed service providers (MSPs) need an effective business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solution to restore data and operations quickly, without sacrificing margin.
That means industry-leading recovery technology from a vendor that is there to support you 24x7x365, no matter what.
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Cymulate has raised $70 million to strengthen its presence in new areas such as attack surface management and continuous automated red teaming. The company plans to deepen its wallet share among midmarket customers by working more closely with managed security service providers.
As budgets tighten in anticipation of economic hardships, cybersecurity threats only continue to grow. Bill Bernard of Deepwatch advises security leaders to consider how senior management and the board view cybersecurity and then adjust how you prioritize people, technology and managed services.
The managed security services market is both evolving and becoming crowded. Colin O'Connor, COO of ReliaQuest, offers insight into cutting through the noise and determining the right solution for your organization.
In this eBook, O'Connor discusses:
Critical attributes to look for in a provider;
The managed security services market is both evolving and becoming crowded. Colin O'Connor, COO of ReliaQuest, offers insight into why many MSS offerings fall short and what customers going forward should demand in MSS security outcomes.
What happens when traditional security methods such as legacy VPNs and firewalls simply aren’t enough to protect employees as they connect to untrusted networks?
Two words that can help prevent unauthorized access and costly breaches as a result. Those words? Zero Trust. A new way of verifying user identities and...
Throughout the pandemic, more organizations have embraced managed service providers, but the same economies of scale that attract customers also make MSPs an increasing target of attackers, says Candid Wüest, vice president of cyber protection research at Acronis.
As a managed service provider (MSP), you’re aware of the evolving cybersecurity landscape and sophistication of hackers on the web. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean your clients are.
As their advisor for all-things IT, you have an opportunity to educate your clients on the risks their IT environment...
According to Datto's Global State of the Channel Ransomware Report, 85% of managed service providers (MSPs) report ransomware attacks against clients in the last two years.
96% of MSPs predict attacks will continue at current, or worse rates. As these malicious attacks continue to target businesses, it's crucial...
77% of SMBs believe their IT environments have become more complex over the past two years, and 52% of SMBs believe that this complexity is driving a rapid change in the cybersecurity landscape.
Discover how Datto RMM works to achieve three key objectives to maximize your protection against multiple threat vectors...
The fallout from cyber attacks is more consequential than ever before. Mass data breaches and ransomware attacks can last for days and incur significant legal, financial, and reputational damage to your clients.
Increasing your knowledge about security threats, common evasion techniques, and the tools you need to...
The Five Eyes alliance of cybersecurity authorities from the U.S., U.K., Australia, New Zealand and Canada issued a warning to managed service providers about targeted attacks, advising MSP customers on how to protect sensitive data and reassess their security posture and contractual agreements.
Microsoft plans to roll out new managed services that give organizations the expertise needed to proactively hunt for threats and extend XDR beyond the endpoint. Microsoft Security Experts features new managed services as well as existing services around incident response and modernization.
A surprising improvement in loss ratios for cyber insurance providers in 2021 means the rapid rise in premiums might at last subside later this year. The loss ratio declined for the first time since 2018 despite the frequency and severity of claims filed for cyberattacks increasing again in 2021.