Top 250 MSSPs: Cybersecurity Company List and Research for 2020
Welcome to the Top 250 Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs) of 2020. A few items for you: Read the List Online: Scroll through all the companies below. PDF Download: Grab the research and associated list here. Next Year’s List: To participate in the 2021 survey and potentially earn honors, please bookmark www.MSSPAlert.com/research. We’ll post the survey link […]
Municipality Ransomware Attacks Up 60% in 2019, Kaspersky Research Finds
At least 174 municipal institutions suffered ransomware attacks in 2019, a 60% year-over-year increase, antivirus software provider Kaspersky says.
New Orleans Ransomware Attack Update: City to Raise Cyber Insurance to $10M
The City of New Orleans will raise its cyber insurance coverage from $3 million to $10 million after a recent ransomware attack shut down government systems.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 23 December 2019
Today’s MSSP news involves Apple Bug bounty programs; Binary Defense; GuardSight; New Orleans Ransomware Attack; PolyLogyx; Secuvant & more.
New Orleans Ransomware Attack: Recovery Update
New Orleans ransomware attack details and cyberattack recovery efforts. City, Louisiana State, FBI, National Guard & Secret Service investigate.
CPX 360 2020: Check Point Cybersecurity Conference
CPX 360 cybersecurity conference information from Check Point Software Technologies. The 2020 event location, dates, agenda and more.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 04 December 2019
Today’s MSSP news involves Clearwater, CrowdStrike, CyberMaxx, CyberProof, IoTSSA, Necsia Cybersecurity, SonicWall MSSP pilot partner program and more.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 19 November 2019
Today’s MSSP news involves CrowdStrike, CyCognito, Datadog, ForgeRock, Lacework, Menlo Security, Respond Software, Threat Stack, Trend Micro & Wipro.
New Ohio Cybersecurity Law Sets Civilian Cyber Reserve Team
Cybersecurity legislation aimed at insulating Ohio’s election systems and electoral processes from hackers has been signed into law by Governor Mike DeWine