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4 Security Predictions for MSSPs in 2019

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SonicWall shares four predictions that could affect how MSSPs (managed security services providers) safeguard customers in 2019.

AppRiver Managed Security Services Predictions for 2018

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Here are AppRiver’s top cybercrime predictions for the New Year — along with the potential implications for Managed Security Services Providers.

Top 100 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018 Impacting MSSPs

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Top 100 cybersecurity & MSSP predictions for 2018 via TrustWave, Netskope, Netwrix, BeyondTrust, BluVector, Comodo, CyberSight, Cylance, EventTracker & more.

MSP Regulations: What Legislation Exists Today and What’s on the Horizon?

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Until now, regulation and legislation has not targeted MSPs as a unique class of business entity. Lewis Pope looks at how that situation is starting to change.

10 Most Read Managed Security and MSSP News Stories: Week Ended 24 June 2022

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This week’s most read MSSP and cybersecurity news involved BlackBerry CEO John Chen, Gartner, Kyber Security, LogicHub, Netwrix & more.

3 Key Takeaways from the 2022 ConnectWise MSP Threat Report

ConnectWise releases its third annual cybersecurity guide for MSPs & provides insights into ransomware & other recent cyberattack & cyber threat trends.

Top 4 Security Threats Facing MSSPs

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And practical steps that managed security services providers (MSSPs) can take to mitigate those threats worldwide, according to Apptega.

Data Privacy Day Is Every Day

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MSPs and MSSPs can take these steps to proactively safeguard personally identifiable information (PII) throughout the data lifecycle.

MSSP M&A: Managed Security Service Provider Deals Nearly Triple in 2021

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Cybersecurity merger & acquisition (M&A) activity and MSSP buyouts: A 2021 research recap from Momentum Cyber.

MSSP Best Practices: Ransomware Attack Protection

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Ransomware attacks doubled in 2021 and show no signs of slowing down. Are you doing everything you need to protect your customers?