Tag: MSPs

March 06, 2018

Dark Web ID’s New API and Integration Benefits

When you’re working hard to identify and address your customers’ security compromises, you probably wish there was a way to do so faster, easier, and more accurately. With ID Agent’s new API (application programming interface) for its Dark Web ID™ solution, this wish becomes a reality.

Read More
February 19, 2018

Why You Should Add Dark Web Monitoring to Your Service Offering

A large-scale data breach has the power to cripple any organization, including your customers’ companies. Unfortunately, these data breaches usually start with compromised credentials sold to the highest bidder on the dark web. Right now, all that stands in the way of your customers and a massive, costly breach is a few passwords — unless you’re offering dark web monitoring as a service.

Read More
February 13, 2018

A Love Letter to the Channel

8 months ago, I had never heard the terms MSP, MRR, or even Managed Service Provider… and now I can’t image my life outside of this space. This is my story and love letter to the MSP space and the people who make up the community, and the channel we are committed to serve.

Read More
November 30, 2017

I Now Have Everything I Need to Exploit You.

MSPs should read this, then enroll themselves and every customer in SpotLight ID NOW Chances are, you’ve come across cleverly-crafted ads on sites like CNN.com, Facebook, Yahoo and others that say something like, “Use this site to find out anything… about anyone.” If you are like most good citizens, you probably passed up on the opportunity to use one of these sites to dox, or to search for and publish private or identifying information about an individual on the Internet, typically with malicious intent. Good for you!

Read More
July 06, 2017

What an MSP can do to Protect Their Clients from the Dark Web

Not familiar with the term “Dark Web”? That’s okay, even some of the most sophisticated individuals in the tech space have no idea what the dark web is and how it’s accessed. As an MSP or MSSP, you are doing your part to secure and monitor your client’s network and provide a seamless user experience. However, through no fault of your own, your client’s and their employees are not making your job easier by creating credential-based blind spots that until now were hard to detect and mitigate.

Read More
June 26, 2017

MSPs Beware – Dropbox, Google Drive and other Cloud Storage Threats

A Managed Service Provider (MSP) has a lot to worry about within the information technology services they offer. Your clients probably store data that is critical to their continued success on your servers. If their network becomes breached, your network may become susceptible to risk and vice versa. Using cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive and other Cloud Storage Threats may increase these chances because of the limited encryption options and the fact that IT will have limited control and usually no visibility.

Read More
June 08, 2017

Why Managed Service Providers Must Monitor for Compromised Credentials

If your customers are like most organizations, 75% of their employees recycle or use a variation of the same password across most of the systems and websites they access – both on and off their employer’s network. And this practice is becoming increasingly dangerous.

Read More

Please fill in the form below to subscribe to our blog