Newsletter | July 16, 2020

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Channel Insights
Hackers Set Their Sights On (Small) Businesses

The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report indicates that more than 70% of cyberattacks target small businesses. Hackers are also targeting MSPs more frequently because it gives them access to even more systems with the potential to collect bigger payouts.

MSP Saves $75K With Automated Documentation

In search of more automation around their documentation and data management, ES Consulting fell in love with one platform and quickly moved forward with implementation.

Shoring Up Your Network And Security Policies: Least Privilege Models

Why do so many businesses allow unfettered access to their networks? You’d be shocked by how often it happens. The truth is: your employees don’t need unrestricted access to all parts of our business. This is why the Principle of Least Privilege (POLP) is one of the most important, if overlooked, aspects of a data security plan.

Cybercriminals Are Attacking MSPs — And Defense Depends On Remote Workers

On June 12, 2020, the U.S. Secret Service issued an alert warning that MSPs were a prime target for cybercriminals. It’s not a surprising move for the current-day con artist. Attacking MSPs, of course, allows any infection to spread simultaneously to many companies at once.

The Best Resellers Are Focusing On Their Customers’ Success

While having the latest technology and high-end hardware is important, today’s most successful resellers are looking beyond their expertise and are aiming to align their business model and sales strategy with the success of their customers.

How Public Speaking Can Help Build Your MSP

Learn the key differences between "speaking to present" and "speaking to sell" as well as beginner mistakes to avoid.

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