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What are all these cyber acronyms? (And why should you care?)

MSP, AI, ML, phishing, quishing… It seems like tech workers…

Looking for a good MSP? Start by eliminating the bad ones.

You’ve seen all the marketing and sales materials. How could…

“You don’t need good security, don’t waste your money.” Signed, your friendly ransomware folks

Imagine you’re a burglar. (We know, we know. Just go with…

My MSP keeps hassling me over security. How do I make it stop?

We get it. MFA, passwords, MDR, EDR, software updates, and all…

The Reality of a Breached Firm: Why Better Cybersecurity is Essential

In today's digital age, the threat of cyber breaches looms over…
Cybersecurity data breach

The mistake of making cybersecurity an afterthought

Are you confident in your organization’s ability to deter cyber threats? Thousands of cyberattacks happen every day; it might only be a matter of time until your business becomes a target. Make cybersecurity part and parcel of your business’s daily operations and long-term continuity plan.
Cybersecurity tip - spotting phishing scams

Spotting and responding to phishing attempts/scams

Research shows that phishing remains a troublesome cybersecurity issue for many companies. Protecting businesses against phishing attacks starts with ongoing employee training. As the first line of defense against phishing, employees must learn to spot and respond to these attacks.
Creating a strong password for better cybersecurity

Cybersecurity awareness month: What's the least you should be doing?

Observe this year’s cybersecurity awareness month by ensuring your business has what it takes to defend against modern cyber threats. Cybersecurity combines multiple efforts from endpoint management and network security to educating employees. Be sure not to miss any security loopholes.
IT provider checking servers and network

7 things your IT provider should be doing regularly

To have the best relationship with a managed IT provider, your expectations and their scope of service must be aligned. An ideal IT partnership is based on mutual understanding. That's why it's important to know what to expect from an MSP from the very start.
Business owner using a checklist

Signs your business could benefit from a managed service provider

Every business faces IT challenges. The question is, how are you solving yours? If your internal IT support structure starts to fail, it's time to seek external help. Frequent downtime, overwhelmed IT teams, and cybersecurity issues are all signs that your business needs managed services.