Downtime is a common, yet unanticipated side effect of a successful ransomware attack. Without the right solutions in place to get business operations back up and running, downtime is virtually inevitable.
As ransomware continues to expand and evolve across the world, it’s imperative to understand the growing threat. This past year has brought forward many challenges for businesses, and cyber risk is a constant concern for managed service providers (MSPs) and their small and medium business (SMB) clients. Here are some recent ransomware findings that shed light on the risks MSPs and their clients face.
Ransomware protection begins with end-user education, perimeter protection, and antivirus software. However, if a victim falls prey to a social engineering attack, they’re essentially opening the door for ransomware to enter a network.
We are happy to announce that 16 new components, developed by CyberDrain and designed to help keep partners’ Microsoft Office 365 deployments in check, are available now in the ComStore at no extra charge for Datto RMM partners.
As a managed service provider (MSP), you know that ransomware attacks are increasing daily. More and more businesses are being crippled by the devastating effects of these attacks and they are showing no signs of slowing down.
There are many factors to consider when evaluating business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) products. For managed service providers (MSPs), total cost of ownership (TCO) should be high on that list.