FireEye Unveils Managed Defense MDR Services
FireEye unveils more managed detection & response (MDR) services. But can VARs, MSPs & MSSPs resell the services & consume the MDR offerings on their own?
U.S. Mayors Vow to Reject Ransomware Payment Demands
The U.S. Conference of Mayors says their cities, towns & municipalities will no longer make ransomware payments following hackers & malware attacks.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 16 July 2019
Today’s MSSP news involves Collabrance, Cynergistek, DefenseStorm, Exabeam, FireEye, GreatAmerica, NTT Security, Perimeter 81, StratoZen, Symantec, Synack & more.
3 Biggest Database Security Threats: Your Risk Mitigation Plan
Here are the primary threats facing databases & reminders on how to safeguard databases from both cyberattacks & mistakes, according to Trustwave, an MSSP.
Exabeam SIEM Introduces SaaS Cloud Essential for SMBs
Security information & event management (SIEM) platform provider Exabeam unveils the SaaS Cloud Essential offering for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Monroe College Ransomware Attack: Hackers Demand $2 Million
Hackers attack New York’s Monroe College & use ransomware to disable the school’s IT systems & prevent students from accessing its learning management system.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 15 July 2019
Today’s MSSP news involves U.S. mayors vs. ransomware; Avast hires CISO Jaya Baloo; Sophos endpoint security earnings; Microsoft Azure Sentinel SIEM & more.
U.S. Political Campaign Cybersecurity: Service Provider Discounts Permitted
Cybersecurity consultants & managed security service providers (MSSPs) can offer price discounts to help protect U.S. political campaigns from hackers, the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) rules.
MSSP Mergers And Acquisitions List: 18 Managed Security Buyouts to Note
A list of 18 MSSP mergers, acquisitions, buyouts & investments involving managed security services providers (MSSPs), Managed Detection & Response (MDR) & more.
U.S. Elections 2020 Cybersecurity: Feds Vow Transparency
U.S. faces potential “active threats” to muck up 2020 elections, the nation’s top cybersecurity cops tell Congress. But preventive measures are mounting.