Posts by Cylance

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.

Modern Ransomware Won’t Be Stopped by Yesterday’s Security Software

Why are ransomware attacks rising? The simple answer is that many industries use the same security technology that failed in the past.

How to Prevent SystemBC Remote Access Trojan

SystemBC malware has been observed initializing Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) attacks such as Ryuk & Egregor. Here’s how to prevent SystemBC attacks.

Pandemic Reinforces Unified Endpoint Security (UES) Requirements

Remote workforce endpoint security concerns continue as some regions emerge from coronavirus pandemic, BlackBerry & IDC research reveals.

BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report Insights: Cybersecurity, Crises, and COVID-19

BlackBerry research shares the hard technology, cybersecurity & business lessons learned from coronavirus pandemic & work from home (WFH) trend.

How MSSPs Can Protect Microsoft Exchange Customers vs. HAFNIUM

HAFNIUM cyberattack vs. Microsoft Exchange Server triggers security incidents & ransomware threats worldwide. BlackBerry explains how MSPs & MSSPs can protect customers.

The Tradecraft of Fake Sites and Online Personas

Carefully crafted fake websites and fraudulent online personas have the potential to influence public sentiment and voting habits, BlackBerry explains.