The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) is packed with value: scalability, attainability, flexibility, common-sense recommendations, and industry best practices. Its primary advantages stem from its comprehensive and customizable structure that accommodates security requirements for a diverse range of clients. The NIST CSF guides MSPs through...

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) is the “Swiss Army Knife” of cybersecurity. Just as the venerable pocketknife has a plethora of tools to handle almost any survival task, the NIST CSF is an affordable and flexible framework designed to address all areas of cybersecurity...

Who poses the biggest threat to your clients’ cybersecurity? Is it the faceless lone hacker, hunched over a keyboard in a dark room? Is it a malicious competitor looking to sabotage? Or could it be someone who shares stories at the water cooler every day? Big...

Be Sure to Screen PCs for All Work-at-Home Employees With the massive shift of the workforce out of centralized office locations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MSPs are being pressured to grant an unprecedented amount of remote access to company networks by employees who have been...

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...