Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity breaches, hacks and cyberattacks are on the rise, which means it’s more important than ever for MSPs, vendors, solution providers, distributors and other tech companies to secure their businesses—as well as their customer’s businesses. Here, we’ve compiled resources about cybersecurity trends and best practices as well as information to help you build an IT security practice.

State of Cybersecurity 2020

The latest cybersecurity research from CompTIA explores the practices and skills needed for a modern security approach

09/30/2020 | Research

What is an ISAO?

Learn what an Information Sharing and Analysis Organization is and how it helps businesses combat cyber threats.

10/05/2020 | Article

Creating New Packages to Protect Remote Workforces: A Cybersecurity Use Case

Learn how a cybersecurity vendor packaged its solutions to better help solution providers and MSPs protect remote workforces from the latest threats.

07/29/2020 | Use Case

Data Breach Response Planning Guide

Learn how to respond to a data breach. Use this tool to help you prepare a data breach response plan.

02/14/2020 | Guide

Transforming from Traditional MSP to Technology Partner: A Cybersecurity Use Case

Learn how a traditional MSP recognized a gap, made investments to add security expertise and transformed into a total technology partner.

02/05/2020 | Use Case

Cybersecurity for Digital Operations

CompTIA’s new cybersecurity research report examines how companies are ensuring that cybersecurity is part of their digital transformation.

09/13/2019 | Research

Build, Buy, Partner: Best Practices for Hiring and Retaining IT Security Staff

This course will provide participants with a clear strategy for establishing or improving organizational cybersecurity.

12/15/2018 | Video

Information Security Risk Assessment Guide

Are you doing enough to protect against IT Security threats? Use this guide to learn how to talk to your clients about having a risk assessment.

10/17/2018 | Guide

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