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  • Does Your MSP Provide Zero Trust Security?

    Zero trust security has been discussed greatly in the current ecosystem of evolving threat patterns and the resulting heightened fear of security breaches. Movement away from a traditional ‘wall’ of security towards a multi-layered/faceted approach is the basis of what zero trust provides.Read this blog post on zero trust security to learn more.

  • Protect Your Hospital from Ransomware in 2020

    Ransomware attacks targeting the healthcare industry have grown substantially over the last few years. It is critical that healthcare organizations begin taking a proactive approach to prevent these attacks from compromising, releasing, and destroying sensitive data. In this white paper, learn how to protect your hospital from ransomware.

  • 12 Things You Should Do to Stop Ransomware

    To help organizations address some of the commonly overlooked practices (or lack thereof) that can better detect and mitigate ransomware attacks, ThreatLocker compiled a list of practices that highlights 12 things your organization should be doing to stop ransomware attacks. Download now to unlock these 12 necessary practices.

  • The Impact of Malicious Extensions for Chrome and Other Browsers

    By relying on a web browser provider to improve privacy and security protections, organizations put themselves at risk of a zero-day attack. Read this blog post for specific examples of the impacts of malicious Google Chrome extensions and what your organization can do to better prevent them.

  • Less Hackable

    The problem that many businesses face when trying to secure their cyber environments is that they do not understand the risks involved. In this white paper, gain a better understanding of common cyber risks and learn how those risks can be reduced to an acceptable level.

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