Webroot harnesses the cloud and artificial intelligence to protect businesses and individuals against cyber threats. We provide next-gen endpoint protection, network protection, and security awareness training solutions purpose built to help MSPs strengthen their clients’ resilience against cyberattacks. With Webroot, MSPs benefit from greater profitability, lower costs, and competitive advantage.
‘Carousel has three decades of experience helping clients weather the uncertainties of the marketplace and be able to reinvent and plan their business for the challenging times ahead, and looking at those as opportunities to innovate. So, for us the need of our clients to really think about innovation really has enabled us to think very differently about how we partner with them in the years to come,’ Carousel Industries’ Juan Gonzalez tells CRNtv.
‘Following recent market rumors about a potential transaction involving Atos, the company confirms that it has approached DXC Technology concerning a potential friendly transaction between the two groups in order to create a digital services leader benefitting from global scale, talent and innovation,’ the Bezons, France-based Atos said in a statement.
The funding comes on the heels of six-figure investments in its top rivals and a month after iBoss snagged former Cylance global channel chief May Mitchell to serve as its senior vice president of marketing.
The cybersecurity industry in 2020 saw lots of outside money to address challenges around securing a remote workforce, with vendors tapping into the deep pockets of public investors and private equity, while solution provider giants found themselves being targeted with ransomware.
As COVID-19 continues to shift how we live and work, it‘s no surprise that cybercriminals are taking advantage of pandemic-related vulnerabilities to wreak havoc. From ransomware to botnets to phishing, small and medium-sized businesses remain a prime target as they struggle with limited security budgets and skills shortages.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed how we do things. In particular, more people have begun working from home than ever before. With the massive increase in remote work, there has also been an explosion in cybercriminal activity like phishing. Not only is phishing still prevalent, but it continues to be on the rise.
If you’re thinking about adding cybersecurity to your offering or want to change the way you offer your existing security services, now is the right time to stop and evaluate exactly how you should be taking it to market.
Knowing about the hugely diverse set of today’s phishing tactics can help ordinary people, home and business internet users alike, to be more prepared for the inevitable instance when they become the target. Here are 11 common phishing tactics you should know...
Over the last several years, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has maintained consistent growth among businesses. For this report, we surveyed 800 IT professionals with cybersecurity decision making power across the US, UK, Japan, and Australia/New Zealand regions at the end of 2019, and discovered that 96% of respondents now use AI/ML tools in their cybersecurity programs.
When you consider modern attacks, it’s pretty obvious that all businesses—managed service providers (MSPs), small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), etc.—need a strong lineup of cyber-defense tools, not just a barebones firewall and old-fashioned antivirus. Learn more here.
As cybersecurity grows more complex, criminals around the world are evolving along with it. Their methods leave you vulnerable and many organizations are at risk. Staying informed on this ever-changing landscape is vital. In this educational eBook, we explore the minds of hackers and open the window into their world. Find out more.