From MSSP to Full-Service MSP — Why You Must Change

From MSSP to Full-Service MSP — Why You Must Change
Out of the estimated 40,000 MSPs in the United States, an estimated 10,000 are MSSPs, managed security service providers. These companies devote their time to understanding the security services required to secure their customers, using a huge range of tools. Indeed, cybersecurity is one of the fastest-growing areas of increased IT spending, and for good reason: Businesses need high-quality protection from an increased array of malicious actors. And it’s not just in the United States that MSSPs are found. They exist around the world to fill a variety of niches.

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Cyberthreats and VoIP Security: Is VoIP Secure?

Cyberthreats and VoIP Security: Is VoIP Secure?
Cyberthreats come in all shapes and sizes, whether they are individuals working to defraud someone on a small scale or state-sponsored cyberwarfare divisions that intend to disrupt life across the Western world. MSPs fulfil a vital role in securing businesses against these threats, especially when it comes to communications. After all, if your VoIP security is compromised, it means attackers have access to all your communications.

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How to Secure Collaboration Tools at Your Business

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Security in business today more and more means securing the collaboration tool used at your organization. Now that we’re into the internet age, it’s just standard to conduct official communications over the web. That’s opened up the door to a lot more flexibility in terms of how we communicate, of course, including a range of possibilities for remote and hybrid work environments.

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