Cybersecurity: Why MSPs Need to Practice What They Preach
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The most recent data shows a majority of cyberattacks using Island Hopping – the art of compromising company A to attack company B. The MSP community has become a target-rich environment, providing cybercriminals with the potential to have unfettered access to a multitude of secondary target companies – the very same companies who rely on the MSP to secure and protect them.
So, what can an MSP do to avoid becoming the weakest link?
In this informative webcast, join Mark Ballegeer, a systems engineer at Barracuda MSP, as he discusses:
- Why MSPs aren’t immune to attack
- How MSPs are being leveraged to further cyberattacks
- What security strategy should be employed to best protect your business
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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. Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on topics including cybersecurity, cloud adoption, business continuity, and compliance.
Mark Ballegeer, Systems Engineer, Barracuda MSP
Mark is a systems engineer at Barracuda MSP, a provider of security and data protection solutions for managed services providers. Prior to joining Barracuda MSP, Mark was a Network Security Specialist at Fortinet and a Cisco Certified Security Professional at Cisco Systems. Since joining the team in 2016, Mark has played an instrumental role in helping our MSP partners successfully secure their SMBs’ networks. With over ten years of experience in the field, Mark has witnessed the rapid evolution of the security landscape and is a trusted source of information and best practices on the topic.