While some believe all MSPs will turn into MSSPs or they'll cease to exist, the answer may not be so clear-cut. Let's explore the nuances and options to add security services to your offerings, whether you decide to pivot to an MSSP or stay as an MSP.
Yes, phishing attacks still work — despite being one of the earliest cyberattack techniques. An estimated 3.4 billion phishing emails are sent every day, and Google alone blocks around 100 million of them daily.
Our latest post discusses everything you need to know about open XDR. Find out what it is, how it benefits MSPs, and what MSP-specific features you should look for when choosing a vendor.
A SOC as a Service provider gives you access to all the expertise, technology, and best practices you need to start a SOC operation from scratch or augment your existing SOC capabilities to meet evolving needs. Wondering if it's the right choice for you? Let's look at the benefits of SOCaaS for...
Cyber attacks against critical infrastructure have skyrocketed in recent years. As a response, governments have implemented new requirements for various industries — from emergency services and defense to healthcare, transportation, and water systems.
In today's digital age, cybersecurity has become a critical concern for businesses of all sizes. With the rise of sophisticated cyber threats, organizations face the daunting challenge of protecting their sensitive data, customer information, and intellectual property from malicious actors.
The role of MSPs in providing comprehensive security solutions to their clients cannot be over emphasized. With the increasing number of cyber threats, MSPs need to partner with a reliable SOC as a Service provider to ensure their clients' data is secure.
For MSPs and MSSPs planning to offer security services, choosing the right tools is half the battle. Gaining a holistic view of each client's infrastructure is the first step to ensuring effective threat detection and fast incident response.
The Great Resignation of 2021 has put tremendous pressure on employers, and the challenges aren't over yet. Great Resignation statistics show that U.S. workers continue to resign from their jobs voluntarily — in fact, over 4 million workers quit in February 2023.
The most immediate impact of the Great Resignation was the pressure on employers to attract and retain talent. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. A broader, long-term issue has been brewing underneath the surface — data security issues caused by insider threats.