Hackers and the MSP: What’s in It for Them, and What It Means for You
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Hackers and their various methods of cyberattack pose an enormous threat to all managed service providers. But it’s important to know that not all hackers are alike. In the face of digital dangers including data theft, ransomware and even data extortion, MSP survival depends on a profound understanding of how hackers act and exactly how they pose risks to your customers.
Join Channel Futures contributor Nick Cavalancia and Webroot Senior Threat Analyst Tyler Moffitt to explore what motivates different types of hackers, which are most dangerous to your customers and what you should be doing about it. Topics include:
- Who hackers are, and what makes them tick
- Why hackers represent such a significant hazard
- How MSPs can better protect their customers from cyberattack
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Nick Cavalancia, Channel Futures Contributor
Nick Cavalancia is a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP, has over 25 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist, and has achieved industry certifications including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE, Master CNI. He has authored, co-authored and contributed to nearly two dozen books on various technologies.
Tyler Moffitt, Senior Threat Research Analyst, Webroot
Tyler Moffitt is a Senior Threat Research Analyst with Webroot, Inc. He has been with Webroot since 2010 working as a key member of the Threat Research team, immersed deep within the world of malware. Tyler is focused on improving the customer experience through his work directly with malware samples, creating antimalware intelligence, writing blogs and testing in-house tools. Tyler has a passion for hands on learning as he spends his time gathering samples from the wild to test and improve Webroot capabilities to handle the latest malware threats.