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Natan Ovadia

3 Reasons It’s the Right Time to Become an MSSP

Your customers have already bought into the as-a-service business model; why not take the next step and deliver the security services they need, too?

Companies are finally realizing that cybersecurity threats aren’t just a passing fad — they’re here to stay, and they must be taken seriously. And, research from MarketsandMarkets suggests they’re doing just that. In its 2016 Managed Security Service Market report, the firm revealed the managed security service market size is estimated to grow from about $17 billion in 2016 to nearly $34 billion by 2021, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.6 percent during the forecast period.

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Two Guaranteed Security Trends for 2017

A New Year means new expectations, resolutions, and a newly resolved outlook for your business. Unfortunately, that also means that the threats to your network and security will be changing with the times as well. However, it’s not like these are entirely unknown threats. Cyber attacks, DDoS, malware, and password phishing are probably the things that come to mind the most, but here are two largely overlooked threats to your security that have seen more usage lately:

Social Engineering Attacks

These are way harder to deal with than a simple brute force attack or a DDoS case because these rely on psychological manipulation and human to human interaction. Simply put, it’s applying hacking to real life. While it’s certainly not new, but it has seen a recent spike and resurgence within the last year. Many companies, YouTubers, and other prominent figures were hacked because of a few phone calls to some unsuspecting customer support representatives. All it takes is the right tone of voice, a few phone calls, and the right questions for vital information to be leaked and exposed.

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Three Important Areas of Focus for MSPs in 2017

Today’s office systems and office places have become more and more complex to manage. For that reason, MSPs have a big task and responsibility to their clients to monitor network activities and provide security. As today’s web threats continue to evolve and resist traditional methods of protection like firewalls, malware removal, and anti-viruses, MSPs face a challenge of finding solutions that integrate effectiveness, efficiency, and service delivery systems to monitor and secure clients’ networks.

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