At least once in your life, you've been cyberpwned. Also, chances are that you know exactly what triggered the successful attack. Continue reading
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? Amazon DataZone launched by AWS, simplifying enterprise data management; Rackspace says ransomware attack caused outage; healthcare targeted in Royal ransomware group attack surge; MoneyMonger malware exploiting Flutter’s UI to steal personal information and blackmail victims; hackers get access to third-party cloud storage in latest LastPass data breach; and federal civilian executive branch breached by Iranian hackers using Log4Shell vulnerability.
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? New Azure Cosmos DB vulnerability disclosed by Microsoft; phishing attack compromises 130 Dropbox GitHub repositories; FBI says Hive ransomware attacked over 1,300 businesses, extorting $100m, and more. Continue reading
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? Google Cloud adds new automation capabilities and cybersecurity; Google LLC introduces new software security products and VMS mainframe modernization; Microsoft’s September data breach possibly exposes customer information; and more. Continue reading
Remote desktop solutions are used everywhere – from remote work and learning to remote IT support. Using a remote desktop tool, you can connect to remote computers and solve many problems from anywhere. Continue reading
As MSPs look for ways to get through to SMBs that aren’t seeing the need for cybersecurity services, the answer lies in shifting the conversation away from technology. Continue reading
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? AWS introducing new data storage features, says Amazon; IoT Core service retired by Google Cloud; Google making VMTD malware detection service available to all; Yanluowang gang breaches Cisco; Blackbyte ransomware gang’s resurgence accompanied by new multi-layered approach to attacks; and Zepplin ransomware may now encrypt devices in multifarious ways. Continue reading
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? Google adds rate-limiting, threat intelligence, bot management, and other capabilities to Google Cloud armor; Google launching Google Public Sector cloud division; Cybersecurity warning from CISA on Karakurt data extortion; New evasive Symbiote malware infecting Linux systems; and more.
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? Google Cloud zeroing in on cloud governance, zero trust, open source software, etc.; 5 new critical vulnerabilities in enterprise network switches; Trend Micro finds Linux-based ransomware ”Cheerscrypt” targeting VMware ESXi servers; vulnerabilities in VMware and F5 products warning from CISA; and more. Continue reading
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? Microsoft previews its first ARM-based Azure Virtual Machines; Spring Cloud Function could be the next Log4Shell vuln; Microsoft Exchange servers the target of Hive ransomware affiliate; files are destroyed by Onyx ransomware, not encrypted; and Emotet malware leveraging Windows PowerShell shortcuts for installation. Continue reading
What's new this month in the news for MSPs? VMware and Google Cloud announce partnership expansion to focus on cloud migration; AWS says it’s investing over $2.3bn in data centers in the UK; Linux “Dirty Pipe” vulnerability allows attackers to gains data overwrite access; Microsoft confirms Lapsus$ hacking; Hive ransomware hides payload using “IPfuscation” trick; and Suncrypt is still busy and humming in 2022. Continue reading