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Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) News: 26 February 2021

Today’s MSSP & MDR News involves CriticalStart, Datto, ExtraHop, High Wire Networks, Invicti, Overwatch Managed Security, SolarWinds, ThreatLocker & more.

Building Trust: 4 Tips for MSSPs

Would you love to improve customer retention and deepen your strategic impact? Here’s some practical guidance you can start to apply today.

Research: Cloud Ransomware Hit Nearly 40% of Healthcare Organizations in 2020

Cloud ransomware attacks hit nearly 40 percent of healthcare organizations in 2020, Netwrix’s 2021 Cloud Data Security Report reveals.

SentinelOne Launches Singularity XDR Marketplace

SentinelOne unveils Singularity XDR Marketplace, an open app ecosystem that lets security teams extend XDR platform across their IT stack.

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.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 25 February 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves Armorblox, Assured Data Protection, Black Girls Hack (BGH), Kaspersky, Microsoft MISA, OneLogin, Palo Alto Networks, Quzara, RangeForce, SolarWinds, Transmit Security & more.

SolarWinds Revenue, Earnings After Security Breach

SolarWinds Q4 2020 earnings statement is first since SolarWinds disclosed Orion hack & security incident. CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna emphasizes transparency.

DHS to Lead Biden’s Cybersecurity Agenda Across Gov’t Agencies

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will lead the country’s cybersecurity efforts across government agencies. Here’s how.

IBM Security Report: Ransomware Top Cyber Threat in 2020

Ransomware was 2020’s top cyber threat & comprised 23% of cyberattacks, the IBM Security “2021 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index” shows.

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.