Why Security Is a Team Sport

Channel Futures

Recently, U.S. Cert warned that global threat actors are actively targeting managed service providers. Clearly, MSPs are on the front line. We’re being asked to take on a more active security role than ever before. However, many MSPs lack the internal resources and skillsets to embrace a full-on managed security services practice. Fortunately, one of the great things about cybersecurity is the community. We have a strong team that builds on itself through shared resources and experiences. And now, as the threat landscape continues to evolve and add complexity, embracing the community aspect of security is critical for MSPs.
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Spotlight

Our global economies, industries, and competitive markets require that we become progressively more interconnected to one another. On both a personal and commercial level, we are creating deep levels of connectivity between multiple communities and devices via laptops, televisions, thermostats, security systems, appliances, mobile and music devices, commercial equipment, building management systems and the list goes on. This myriad of connected devices is known as the Internet of Things (IoT). The economic and, in many cases, security benefits of being connected to the Internet and the interconnectivity of systems, customers, employees, trading partners, and equipment are strong drivers of doing business today and remaining competitive. In the words of John Chambers, former CEO of Cisco, “…picture living in a world where everything is connected, and the possibilities that creates is limitless. The industry is on the precipice of an explosion of IoT-related products and services coming to market.”

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Understanding The Role Of Software Bill Of Materials In Cybersecurity Readiness

Cybersecurity issues are top of mind across the open source community, and beyond. In response to the ongoing threat of cyber attacks, Linux Foundation Research, in partnership with SPDX, OpenChain, and OpenSSF, has conducted the first in a series of research projects to understand the challenges and opportunities for securing software supply chains. This soon-to-be-published report, The State of Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) and Cybersecurity Readiness, will be released to coincide with this webinar.
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Don’t Diverge, Converge - Build a Zero Trust Strategy with FortiGate NGFW

Hybrid networks enable organizations to implement critical new business applications and services, but they also increase the attack surface.
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Is GDPR Working? Lessons from Data & the Field

BitSight

Find out what data tells us about the effectiveness of GDPR. After years of debate over whether to impose new cybersecurity regulations on companies, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in Europe in May 2018. Already we’re seeing data breach victims ordered to pay fines under the new rules, and cookie disclosure notices are popping up on more websites than ever.
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Emergence of Data Security Governance: A Roadmap to Business Success

Digital transformation and rapid cloud adoption massively impact security postures for organizations of all sizes. The new world of zero perimeters and separation of data storage, compute, and consumption requires a new, holistic approach to access security and provisioning. In their latest Hype Cycle for Data Security 2022, Gartner expands on a new concept—Data Security Governance. Specifically, Data Security Platforms as a modern approach to comprehensive data security and access controls in a world demanding more, faster access to data.
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Spotlight

Our global economies, industries, and competitive markets require that we become progressively more interconnected to one another. On both a personal and commercial level, we are creating deep levels of connectivity between multiple communities and devices via laptops, televisions, thermostats, security systems, appliances, mobile and music devices, commercial equipment, building management systems and the list goes on. This myriad of connected devices is known as the Internet of Things (IoT). The economic and, in many cases, security benefits of being connected to the Internet and the interconnectivity of systems, customers, employees, trading partners, and equipment are strong drivers of doing business today and remaining competitive. In the words of John Chambers, former CEO of Cisco, “…picture living in a world where everything is connected, and the possibilities that creates is limitless. The industry is on the precipice of an explosion of IoT-related products and services coming to market.”

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