Palo Alto Networks Partner Program Touts SASE, Cloud, XDR, SOAR
Palo Alto Networks’ NextWave partner program gains Prisma SASE, Prisma Cloud and Cortex XDR/XSOAR specializations, security company says.
BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report: Are Hackers Increasingly Targeting MSSPs?
Hackers increasingly leveraged ransomware to compromise MSSPs as part of highly targeted cybercrime campaigns in 2020, BlackBerry research reveals.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 24 February 2021
Today’s MSSP news involves Arete, CrowdStrike CSPM, Cyber Risk Aware, Datawiza, Devo Technology, Huntress, McAfee, Microsoft MISA, Milton Security, Perimeter 81, Protegrity, Red Hat & more.
Cybereason Executives Reinforce MSSP, MSP Security Partner Focus
Cybereason executive hires set to engage MSSPs, MSPs & security channel partners across North America. VP Stephan Tallent explains the strategy.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 23 February 2021
Today’s MSSP news involves Acronis, AppGuard, BT, Exclusive Networks, Fortinet, Google Chronicle, Lacework, Mimecast, ServiceNow, Sophos, Westcoast Ltd & more.
Biden Wants International “Rules” to Combat Alleged Russian, Chinese Cyberattacks
The United States & democratic nations must jointly frame the “norms of behavior in cyberspace,” President Biden asserts at virtual Munich Security Conference.
Nuspire Threat Report: Exploit Attacks Up 116% in 2020
Malware activity & cyber exploit attacks increased in 2020, according to a report from managed security services provider (MSSP) Nuspire.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 19 February 2021
Today’s MSSP news involves Anomali Match, BIO-Key, Cybereason, Menlo Security, Microsoft Azure Sentinel, Oxygen DMCC, SolarWinds Senate hearing, TheatLocker, Votiro, WhiteHat Security & more.
MDR Funding: Red Canary Raises $81 Million in Series C Financing
MSSP & managed detection & response (MDR) provider Red Canary raises $81 million in a Series C funding led by Summit Partners.
Former CISA Leader: Stronger Cyberattack Deterrents Required
Barring closer scrutiny, harsher consequences & stronger leadership, cyberattacks will escalate, former CISA director Christopher Krebs & others allege.