It’s important for DattoCon to meet the high standards set by the MSP community, and after spending weeks watching the uncertainty around travel and events in a pandemic, we realized we can’t promise a world-class in-person DattoCon.
There are countless tools available to managed service providers (MSPs) to help them mitigate the risk of ransomware for themselves and their small and medium business (SMB) clients. There’s no single solution that can completely prevent a business from an attack, but rather many that work together. MSPs should consider their RMM tools as a key component in their ransomware mitigations strategy.
Your clients trust you to provide them with the technology solutions to keep their businesses running -- but shortages and increased lead times have made it challenging and time-consuming to locate products that your clients need.
If you’ve ever found yourself struggling to find the right solutions for your business, unable to figure out how to compare apples to oranges, weigh the pros and cons, stressing over this monumental decision for your business, you’re not alone.
Reality is, there is no foolproof way to prevent a ransomware attack. Even the most protected and prepared businesses can fall victim to ransomware. However, there are steps MSPs can take to lower the chances of their SMB clients being hit with an attack.
After what feels like a lifetime away from your smiling faces at in-person events around the world, we’re so excited to announce that DattoCon21 will be taking place this October 11-13 in Seattle, Washington!
The Datto Information Security Team is actively monitoring the Kaseya VSA security incident. As soon as there is more information available on the exploit being used and how to detect it, Datto will assess if scripts can be developed to aid partners.