Posts by Cylance

Ukraine Proves Cyber War Has No Borders

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Here’s how MSSPs can boost security for customers as the risk of global, nation-state cyberattacks rises, according to BlackBerry.

Learn How To Prevent The Latest Malware From Impacting Your Clients’ Environments

How MSPs and MSSPs can defend against HermeticWiper, a malware that has infected organizations in Ukraine, Latvia, and Lithuania.

Data Privacy Day Is Every Day

MSPs and MSSPs can take these steps to proactively safeguard personally identifiable information (PII) throughout the data lifecycle.

Life with Log4Shell: Security Guidance for MSSPs

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The Log4j vulnerability reinforces the need for a prevention-first approach to cybersecurity, according to BlackBerry guidance to MSSPs.

BlackBerry Perspectives on 2022: Predictions and Growing MSSP Opportunities

The cybersecurity team at BlackBerry offers predictions and advice on notable trends and growing opportunities for MSSPs in the coming year.

A Practical and Detailed Look at Cobalt Strike Threat Actors

When you see Cobalt Strike detections, can you differentiate between a red team engagement and a bona fide intrusion?

Zero Trust: Your Best Protection Against Ransomware

Zero Trust models take the standard approach to user authentication, such as multi-factor authentication, and vastly expand its capabilities. BlackBerry Cylance explains the MSSP implications.

How MSSPs Can Protect Customers From Ransomware Attacks

Big IT consulting firms have cybersecurity resources to contain ransomware attacks. Here’s how MSSPs can protect SMBs, according to BlackBerry Cylance.

How MSSPs Can Mitigate Insider Threats for Their Customers

The Covid crisis & the ensuing move to remote work left many businesses unprepared for insider threats. Here’s how to mitigate insider risks.

Legacy Identity and Access Management Fail to Address Insider Threats

MSSPs need to shift customers from legacy identity and access management (IAM) models to Zero Trust Security models, according to BlackBerry Cylance. Here’s why.