12 Ways to Secure PII Data That MSPs Should Know
Find out how your MSP can help secure PII data, why it’s important for your industry, and how certain software can help you achieve optimal PII data security.
EDR vs. Managed Antivirus: What You Need to Know
As the lines between EDR and managed antivirus become increasingly blurry, this blog explains the key differences between the products for MSPs.
Endpoint security for Mac: What you need to know In 2021
In 2021, few managed services providers (MSPs) still think of Mac devices as immune to cyberattacks, although many end users still believe it. IT professionals know the unfortunate truth is...
A guide to patch management policies for MSPs
With cybercriminals becoming more sophisticated in their attempts to access company systems and data—and with companies taking on more IT assets than ever—patch management is crucial. Managed services providers (MSPs)...
A Beginner's Guide to Unified Endpoint Management
It’s no secret that businesses across the globe are seeing massive increases in the number of devices being used to establish access to their networks and corporate data. For managed...
Intrusion Detection System (IDS): Signature vs. Anomaly-Based
Intrusion detection systems (IDS) play an important role in helping managed services providers (MSPs) establish robust and comprehensive security. There are several different types of IDS, which can often lead...
March 2021 Patch Tuesday: Microsoft addresses Exchange Zero-Day and more
This patch Tuesday release is like the last few—less than 100 vulnerabilities fixed, with a few high severity vulnerabilities, and a mix of operating system and other application vulnerabilities. What’s...
Exchange, Hafnium and You. How to Respond
As everyone has likely heard by now, Microsoft released emergency security updates on March 2, 2021 for Microsoft Exchange. These updates addressed four zero-day vulnerabilities that were being exploited as...
February 2021 Patch Tuesday: Many “Exploitation More Likely” and an update to a Netlogon fix from last year
February continues the trend of less than 100 vulnerabilities, and there are a few that Microsoft has disclosed are likely to be targeted. All in all, this month there are...
What Do Auto Racing and EDR Have in Common?
Auto racing and cybersecurity have more in common than you might think. Read our article to make sure your company gets to the finish line without any bumps.
January 2021 Patch Tuesday: One Actively Exploited Vulnerability and a Few Likely to Be
The first Patch Tuesday of the new year sees 100 vulnerabilities fixed by Microsoft with just 10 listed as critical and 71 marked as important.
December 2020 Patch Tuesday—A quiet(er) finish to a busy year in vulnerabilities
Things are a little quieter for the final l Patch Tuesday of 2020. Only 58 total vulnerabilities fixes, with 9 of them “Critical” and 46 as “Important”.