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Cybersecurity Expo Phoenix – Postponed

As we’re sure you’re already aware, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has meant that it’s now vital to limit social contact and avoid gathering. For that reason, out of an abundance of caution, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone our Live In Person Cybersecurity Expo in Phoenix from January to September 14 & 15, 2022. While we know this is disappointing, we hope you can understand the steps we’re taking to help keep our staff and attendees healthy and safe.

What happens next?

Managing Supply Chain Risk

The recent SolarWinds compromise has thrust the issue of supply chain attacks into the limelight and exposed just how devastating and insidious these attacks can be. Although not new, threats like these highlight the raw underbelly of an industry entirely based on trust – if you can’t trust the thing that is supposed to be securing your network, how can you possibly be secure?

IoTSSA Takes Cybersecurity for the Channel to the Next Level in 2021

Change can normally be quite difficult. However, after more than a year of virtual lockdowns and uncertainty for everyone, especially those running businesses, positive transformations are a welcome sight. With the mass vaccination effort moving forward at great speed and solid precautions in place, now is the perfect time to move forward.

3 Reasons Businesses Leave Their MSP

It is no secret that there is exponential growth within the managed IT services space. The managed services market is expected to be worth $329.1 billion by the year 2025. There is no slowing down this sector. This explosive growth is no mistake as the rampant rise in network outages, malware attacks, and much more has signaled a need for businesses of all types and sizes to prioritize IT and cybersecurity.

Make Data Privacy a Priority, Every Day

Securing data has become a critical requirement for organizations around the globe. Governments and industries are modernizing existing consumer protection and breach notification laws while establishing new standards of security.

The last 12 months have seen records shatter in not only the volume of successful data breaches but the average cost of a breach, as well. Ransomware with extortion has driven this increase as 17 different cyber-crime groups were using the business model at the end of 2020.


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