How Security Services Fuel Growth for MSPs

Webroot

Faced with modern cyber threats, your clients’ security requirements are changing by the minute. To ensure the highest levels of service and security, MSPs like you need to understand, meet, and exceed those requirements—and you have to do it better than your competition can. Join this webinar to hear Aaron Sherril, Sr. Analyst with 451 Research, and Hal Lonas, CTO for Webroot, discuss the findings of two 451 Research’s global surveys to learn what MSPs need to do to make their cybersecurity services business more profitable.
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Spotlight

There is a truism in today’s clickable economy: wherever there is commerce, there is also the risk for cybercrime.Whether a financial institution, an Internet storefront that does business with online shoppers, and now even hospitals with the rising tide of ransomware, cybercrime has no boundaries. In fact, anyone with an email address, an inbox, or a social media account is a target. Most organizations or individuals are not even aware of the bullseye on their back for hackers, cyber thieves, and extortionists until it’s already too late to respond or recover from being attacked.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Attack Tactics 5 – Zero to Hero Attack

Black Hills Information Security

Presented BHIS Testers by: Jordan Drysdale, Kent Ickler, and John Strand. This is a re-recording of a live BHIS webcast that was presented on April 26th, 2019. Ever want to see a full attack from no access on the outside to domain takeover? Ever want to see that in under an hour? OWA? Password Sprays? Yup! VPNs? Remote account takeover? Yup! Fully documented command and tool usage? Yup! MailSniper? Absolutely! Nmap? Obviously.
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The Future of Phishing: It’s all about your customers

SEGASEC

While current anti-phishing solutions usually cover basic entry-level phishing scams using reactive inside-the-firewall defenses, a billion of potential variations of sophisticated phishing scams are already being planned and executed everywhere on the internet, entirely undisturbed, evading most current detection tools. Todays phishing attacks are no longer performed by scruffy hoodie covered villains, but by sophisticated, risk-calculating, online marketing experts who take social engineering to new heights. By constantly using A/B testing to improve their technology with each attack, they know how to tell a convincing story that would trick even the savviest users, causing irreversible reputational and financial damages to brands worldwide.
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Bridging the gap between on-prem and AWS security

cisco

As more organizations use a combination of their on-premises network and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver services and applications, they are struggling to ensure their workloads are secure and compliant. More importantly, they need a way to satisfy these requirements in an efficient, cloud-native way to ensure security is effective.
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Cyber Threat Hunting: Identify and Hunt Down Intruders

InfoSec Institute

Are you red team, blue team — or both? Get an inside look at the offensive and defensive sides of information security in our upcoming webinar series. Senior security researcher and InfoSec Instructor Jeremy Martin discusses what it takes to be modern-day threat hunter during this on-demand webinar, Cyber Threat Hunting: Identify and Hunt Down Intruders. The webinar covers: The job duties of a Cyber Threat Hunting professional.
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Spotlight

There is a truism in today’s clickable economy: wherever there is commerce, there is also the risk for cybercrime.Whether a financial institution, an Internet storefront that does business with online shoppers, and now even hospitals with the rising tide of ransomware, cybercrime has no boundaries. In fact, anyone with an email address, an inbox, or a social media account is a target. Most organizations or individuals are not even aware of the bullseye on their back for hackers, cyber thieves, and extortionists until it’s already too late to respond or recover from being attacked.

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