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Common Cybersecurity Threats SMBs are Facing

When we talk to customers, it’s clear that, slowly but surely, the mindset of SMBs is changing to be more hyper-vigilant when it comes to cybersecurity. Sure, cybersecurity has traditionally been a back-burner issue for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) – whose resources are laser-focused on customers, business growth and technology development. But the threat …

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What MSPs Should Prepare for in 2020

The business landscape is becoming more competitive and having the right operational strategy in place can help organizations differentiate themselves, improve margins and free up resources to invest in core priorities. Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in particular are realizing that they can adopt a managed services approach to many mission-critical operational functions, including technology …

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8 Cybersecurity Stats Retailers Can’t Afford to Ignore

With payment-card details and personal data remaining a lucrative cash cow for cybercriminals on the dark web, retailers are firmly on criminals’ radar these days. E-commerce and business-to-business (B2B) transactions are the norm for most shops, which opens up a big digital avenue straight into the heart of the business for capturing card information and …

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How MSPs Help Companies Stay Secure Without Busting the Budget

The ambition and dedication of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) drive the modern U.S. economy. These businesses face special challenges in the IT space because they don’t have the staffing, institutional knowledge and financial resources that larger enterprises do. The Threat Landscape for SMBs 99.7% of all U.S. businesses have fewer than 500 employees. That …

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5 Tips on How Businesses Can Avoid Ransomware

Did you know that ransomware attacks worldwide rose 350 percent in 2017? Ransomware continues to be a scourge for businesses and individuals alike, as cybercriminals cast a wide extortion net in hopes of snagging a lucrative payday. Made (in)famous around the world by the global Wannacry strike in 2017, the premise is simple: Crooks infect machines …

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Beware the Cheap Security Fix: The Dangers of Off-the-Shelf Security Devices

When it comes to cybersecurity options for businesses today, the range of “off-the-shelf” options can be dizzying – and exciting – for those looking to cut administrative costs. A nice, new shiny router with what claims to be “business-class” firewalling and maybe even some DDoS protection for under 200 bucks? For many business owners the …

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FacexWorm, Cryptomining Give Ransomware a Run for Its Money

You thought ransomware was bad? Cybercriminals are embracing a new scourge, in the form of cryptomining. The latest bug, dubbed the FacexWorm, is an example of just how dangerous it can be. Cryptomining is a type of malware that hijacks the CPU system resources of victim machines, slowing down performance and stealing power. It uses …

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Combat Skills-Based Security Gaps with Managed Services

When it comes to meeting business objectives, keeping up with the frenetic pace of innovation and competition – no matter what vertical or industry segment you happen to dwell in – is a top challenge for organizations. It’s the impetus behind digital transformation, DevOps and convergence – and it’s driving the implementation of critical collaboration …

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New Year, New Ransomware Tricks: Five Ways Cybercriminals Are Upping the Ante in 2018

It’s every business owner’s nightmare: You go to work, flip on your computer, and are greeted by a red warning screen trying to extort you into paying ransom in Bitcoin to unnamed shadowy figures hidden somewhere in the Dark Web. Frankly, unless you have advanced security in place, you shouldn’t be too surprised: Ransomware is …

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