According to 85% of the MSPs surveyed* in 2019, ransomware is one of the most predominant types of malware attacks for small to medium-sized businesses. Also, MSPs further noted that their clients continue to fall victim to ransomware attacks even when they install endpoint detection, pop-up blockers, email filters, plus antivirus software.
To help you show the value of your managed cybersecurity services and change the mindset of small- and medium-sized business owners, we have prepared this package of free white-label MSP marketing materials you can customize and use to make more leads, sales, and profits with your managed security offering. Continue reading
Every time your client has a new employee, there are many things to do to properly set the things up for them. Therefore, it is very helpful for an MSP to have a checklist of all the things you need to do when onboarding a new user to ensure you don’t miss anything. Continue reading
In this free guide, we offer tips and practices for keeping your networks clean and well-organized, including effective labeling practices (both at networks and termination points), determining appropriate sizing for your network, tips on standard network sizing, network cooling and heating practices, and more. Continue reading
For modern companies, data breaches are almost inevitable. That said, you should create a flexible and robust data breach response plan that will allow you to prepare for the unexpected and respond to it promptly, thus minimizing the effect on your client’s operations.
For decades now, businesses have chosen to use terminal servers for employee client-side access to their data. With the rise of cloud computing, managed service providers have a number of new ways to put a different spin on this traditional solution.
Building security awareness can be as complicated as it is rewarding. End-users are the most targeted resource within a company, but they are also the first line of defense. Often, employee security awareness can be the difference between a failed attack attempt and a security breach.
Backing up data regularly is one of the most important things you can do to protect against a ransomware attack. With backups, you have a “clean” copy of your data that you can use to restore operations in the event that ransomware takes control of production systems.