Posts by Sophos

4 Trends Shaping the 2023 Cyberthreat Landscape

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New research from Sophos details the 2022 cybercrime trends that are shaping the 2023 cyberthreat landscape, from infostealers to ransomware attacks.

How to Improve Threat Detection and Response with Telemetry

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Modern operating environments require advanced threat detection and response. MSPs can lean on vendor agnostic telemetry to mitigate harmful cyberattacks, Sophos asserts.

3 Ways to Help Customers Defend Against Linux-Based Cyberattacks

MSPs need to stay current in Linux security practices and guide customers through the deployment of cyber defense measures, Sophos asserts.

How to Bolster Customer Security Operations Against Overlapping Attacks

One trend continues to shape the cyberthreat landscape & complicate incident response: The rise of multiple bad actors infiltrating a single network.

MSPs can help close the cybersecurity skills gap. Here’s how

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Faced with a widening cybersecurity skills gap, Sophos VP Scott Barlow explains that MSPs should prioritize upskilling their workforce.

Ransomware Attacks Reign Supreme in 2022

Protect customers from ransomware attacks and their harmful effects by gaining an understanding of today’s cybercriminals and their tools and tactics. Sophos explains how.

The Active Adversary Landscape In 2022

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You never know when an active adversary might be lurking in your network—which is why it’s critical to understand their evolving tactics.

A Closer Look At Today’s Ransomware Attack Landscape

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Sophos VP Scott Barlow explains how ransomware attack frequency & severity are evolving, and the implications for MSP cybersecurity strategies.

5 Ways MSPs Can Improve Public Cloud Security Across AWS, Azure and Google

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Plus: MSPs must take these four steps to deliver real visibility & monitoring into customer cloud environments, Sophos VP Scott Barlow asserts.

Biggest MSP Takeaways From The Apache Log4j Vulnerability

Patching alone isn’t the solution to the Apache Log4j vulnerability. Sophos explains how MSPs can mitigate the Log4j and Log4Shell security risks.