When it comes to cybersecurity, you can be your clients' hero. Use the resources we've compiled below to learn cybersecurity tips from Datto experts as well as best practices from fellow MSPs and take proactive action against cyber threats.
Maze Ransomware has been in the headlines non-stop ever since it was first reported in May 2019. It has been used to attack individual companies, governments, and increasingly – and perhaps most worryingly – MSPs.
Remote monitoring and management (RMM) platforms play an important role in helping managed service providers (MSPs) reduce client downtime through real-time monitoring and proactively securing and protecting managed devices from known vulnerabilities.
Security considerations do not stop at the perimeter of our networks. We must take into account the posture of vendors who process our data, integrate with our systems, or those who we rely on in our day-to-day operations.
Datto RMM Product Manager, demonstrates how RMM Ransomware Detection monitors for the presence of ransomware in real time, attempts to terminate the ransomware process, and isolates infected devices from the network to prevent further spread
While there's no foolproof way to protect against ransomware, there are steps MSPs can take to educate their staff and their clients about the various ransomware strains that could drastically impact business operations.
The newest threat affecting the broader IT community is a complex mess of information related to Microsoft Exchange, with not just one, but multiple zero-day exploits, making this more than an everyday problem.
The term “cyber resilience” refers to a business's ability to continuously deliver on its intended outcome despite adverse cyber events. Managed service providers (MSPs) use information security and business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) technologies and organizational resilience practices to help their clients achieve cyber resilience.