Criminals are specifically targeting the healthcare sector during the pandemic because they believe this industry will be more willing to pay the ransom. With the rise in patience due to Covid-19 the healthcare sector can’t be prevented from delivering healthcare or
Michael Fraser with Refactr shares with us what 2020 brought him and what is coming in 2021. Join Michael and Harry as they chat about 2020 and what to watch for in 2021.
Every company faces cyber risks, no matter their size. With the 2020 pandemic and entire work force moving from a controlled office space, to working from home, cyber criminals have taken full advantage of new security vulnerabilities.
Many small businesses know IT is critical for keeping their business running, especially in 2020. With more businesses moving to cloud base solutions, MSPs have become more important than ever to keep businesses up and running. From reliable, secure and
Technology is everywhere in our lives these days. From smartphones, tablets and computers, to cloud, analytics, AI, and more, we can’t seem to function without these in our daily lives. From business products to personal use, technology has exploded leaving us lost when things don’t work.
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing a huge shift to work at home, it has opened the doors to higher volumes of cyber-attacks. With 2020 coming to a close and companies continuing to work from home, MSPs should take a look into the future of security.
We all know how hard 2020 has been and many of us are looking forward to ringing in the new year. Although, we all wish we could snap our fingers and have 2020 and its problems behind us, the reality is that the first half of 2021 may look similar to 2020.
By: Gary Audin
Look up the definition of simple. It means “easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty.” Other words come to mind, including straightforward, uncomplicated, uninvolved, effortless, painless, and manageable.
With so many remote workers connecting via unmanaged devices to business applications over the internet, there’s become a growing need for zero trust. Zero trust security has become a hot topic for many MSPs. Simply put zero trust is assuming nothing can be trusted.
Here’s the bad news. For part one of this series, we literally couldn’t find 30 geeks under the age of 30 in our SMB technology community. In this case, a geek is a Managed Services Provider, technician or engineer – the real deal! And the news gets worse – with the above persona definition, we couldn’t find one or more women in technology who fit our criteria. What’s up with that?