Newsletter | September 15, 2020

09.15.20 -- Why SMB Clients Need Cyber Insurance

Create Your Own Branded Microsoft Cloud Managed Service

It’s the final frontier for IT security — the cloud. With so many of your clients plowing files and assets into Microsoft 365 and/or Azure, MSPs need to take a more active role in managing and securing this often-overlooked space. Finally, there are some tools to help build a simple yet compelling Microsoft Cloud managed service offering for your clients and prospects running Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) and/or Microsoft Azure.

What Are The Risks Of Running Windows 7 Now That Support Is Gone?

Vinyl records, Polaroid cameras, Atari 2600, the Commodore 64…at some point in time, these items sat at the pinnacle of technology. We were enchanted and devoted. But life goes on, all good things must come to an end — to make way for “better” things, advances, and progress.

NIST CSF: The “Swiss Army Knife” Of Cybersecurity

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) is the “Swiss Army Knife” of cybersecurity. Just as the venerable pocketknife has a plethora of tools to handle almost any survival task, the NIST CSF is an affordable and flexible framework designed to address all areas of cybersecurity for organizations of any size and industry.

How To Sell HIPAA Compliance Services To Non-Healthcare Companies

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) is nothing new for healthcare organizations. The legislation ensures patient data is secure and kept private due to its sensitive nature. Therefore, it’s an obvious and natural concern for the 800,000 or so organizations across the U.S. delivering healthcare services as their primary function (defined as “covered entities” under the law).

Why MSPs' SMB Clients Need Cyber Insurance

Think of your very best small business clients. They’ve been going strong for years. They don’t skimp on your cybersecurity services. You think, 'No one will breach their business, and this client is so small, who would want to try?' But it happens more often than you might imagine, and when it does it can kill your client’s business.