Combatting Advanced Persistent Threats with Cyber Hawk

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are the cicadas of malware; they lie dormant for extended periods of time, invisible to everyone. They bide their time while quietly sucking valuable data from the network. Unlike cicadas, however, APTs do a lot more damage than weakening trees before filling...

When a business purchases cyber insurance, they typically assume they’re now covered in the event of a cyber attack, data breach or other incident. However, insurance companies are paying out only a fraction of the time. MSPs are uniquely positioned to both educate customers and prospects...

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Companies are rightfully fearful of cyberattacks. Breaches, malware, bots, viruses and ransomware make regular appearances in the headlines and cost companies millions of dollars while damaging reputations and shaking consumer confidence. Billions of accounts have been compromised in recent years, and the costs keep adding up....

Millions of companies fall under specific industry IT security and privacy regulations such as PCI, HIPAA and GDPR. However, those not REQUIRED to be in compliance with these standards should act is if they are – being in compliance is good security and data privacy...