If you've heard that 80% of all data breaches are related to passwords, then you understand the need for two-factor (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Too many industry leaders are learning hard lessons that not all IT managed service providers (MSPs) are created equal. In fact, many market themselves as so-called “cybersecurity experts” without having the certification to back it up.
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MSPs are constantly under attack from cyberthreats and cybercriminals wanting to break into their clients thru the MSP.
As an MSP, having the right tools in your toolbox to provide top-notch managed IT services to your clients is crucial. While the Cyberhoot website has outlined the top 10 tools every MSP should have, other critical tools are missing. In this article, we've highlighted several essential tools that MSPs should consider, including Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), offline backups, device encryption and tracking, Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), patch management, vulnerability scanning, firewall protection, web content filtering, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), and cloud security. Each tool is critical for MSPs to identify potential vulnerabilities, detect and respond to security incidents, and protect their client's data and systems from cyber threats. With these tools in their toolkit, MSPs can ensure they provide their clients with the best possible managed IT services while maintaining compliance with industry regulations and standards.
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Managing passwords is a critical element of cybersecurity, and corporations should prioritize its implementation to protect their valuable data and resources.
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In the face of rising cyber threats, experts stress that cybersecurity goes beyond the realms of IT departments and managed service providers (MSPs). Cybercriminals increasingly exploit human error, making users the first line of defense. An effective security culture adopting a 'verify then trust' approach, regular awareness training, and adherence to security protocols can transform every employee into a potent guardian of their organization's cyber fortress, experts argue. The collective effort towards cybersecurity is imperative in our increasingly digitized and interconnected world.
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