Posts tagged Cybersecurity
Cyber Hygiene for International Business Travel

International business travel requires a lot of preparation and planning. As your team preps for their next big meeting, cybersecurity while traveling abroad should be taken into consideration. As with all cybersecurity measures, international cyber hygiene is all about risk management. These security best practices will help your organization be confident in the security of your data, even as your team travels the globe.

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Common Cyber Attacks– and How to Prevent Them 

As your organization implements controls to defend your data against malicious cyber attacks, it is important to remember that not all attacks are the same. They use different methods to achieve different goals, and each type of attack requires different prevention strategies. Here are the most common types of cyber attacks and how you can prevent them.

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Defending Data Against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

MSPs typically have direct and unrestricted  access to their clients' networks, and therefore their clients' sensitive information. By targeting MSPs, Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) only need to breach one network in order to access a wide variety of sensitive data. Thankfully, there are steps that businesses can take to defend their data against these advanced threats.

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10 Questions to Ask During a Cybersecurity Vendor Assessment

Developing a cybersecurity program is difficult. It is important to carefully consider what data you need to protect, the best methods to protect it, and which vendors to partner with. It is important for organizations to ask the right questions when conducting vendor assessments and to develop a clear division of responsibility from the get-go. These ten questions will help you determine whether or not a vendor is a good fit, and also what role they will play in your overall security strategy.

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MSP vs MDR: Which Solution is Best for Your Organization?

MDR combines people, technology and automation to give your organization the most advanced data defenses available.  Network sensors proactively identify potential threats and eliminate false-positives, allowing expert analysts to focus only on the threats that matter. This approach saves you time and money while accurately detecting advanced threats that bypass MSPs and other security tools.

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