It’s no secret that cybercrime is on the rise and is costing businesses trillions of dollars. As an MSP, you are the lifeline of the customers you support. They rely on you as their trusted adviser to enable their teams to operate and conduct business safely and securely.
The influx of AI seems to be a building wave that is crashing suddenly, and proponents and detractors alike seem like surfers desperately swimming to keep pace. And the ever-present question looms again: “Is this all too good to be true?”
While some other industry events can start slow, with bad coffee and lagging attendees, the high energy in the Chicago suburb room at TMT’s MSP Sales Blueprint Roadshow was palpable. The room was jam-packed with MSP owners looking to learn from TMT CEO Robin Robins and other industry experts.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration’s AI cybersecurity competition is now beginning to field registrations and proposals for its two-year-long competition that will let teams of hackers compete for up to $20 million in prize money.
Datto, a Kaseya company, is increasing their price for the first time in three years for month-to-month customers on their SaaS Protection product. Despite the 13% hike, Datto’s suite of tools still keeps them as the lowest-priced product in the market in terms of value for cost.
According to StrongDM, 46% of all cyber breaches impact businesses with fewer than 1,000 employees, and 61% of SMBs were the target of a Cyberattack in 2021.
It’s more important than ever for MSPs to not only protect themselves but also to ensure they have a cybersecurity offering that keeps their clients safe and sound.
A hot button issue for MSPs and all technologists (and really, everyone) today is, of course, the rise of AI, machine learning, and applications like ChatGPT. But what does the future of work look like for MSPs, and what does it mean to you?
Mitnick was a legend in the cyber security and hacking world, in his own words “curiously” hacking his through the early days of cell phones and the 90s to become a notorious kind of Robin Hood figure among both hackers and tech professionals alike.
MSPs with a strong security positioning stand to gain from this new wave of economic uncertainty by serving as a steady and reliable source of cybersecurity expertise.
Kaseya Connect 2023 was an action-packed and informative event where MSPs and other IT professionals together with Kaseya’s leadership looked at the ways that Kaseya is transforming the MSP space in 2023 and beyond. Attendees enjoyed amazing keynote presentations and more than 100 focused sessions devoted to helping them make their businesses stronger. MSPs also got to connect with their peers and industry leaders to learn about the latest trends in technology and how Kaseya’s solutions can be leveraged to drive their success and secure their customers today and tomorrow.