Powered by: Security Awareness Training Pitching Security Awareness Training To Reluctant Clients May 6, 2022 Author: Khali Henderson Clients think they can achieve cyber resilience without SAT. Here’s how to fix their misconceptions. How Security Awareness Training (SAT) Helps With Today’s Phishing Problems May 3, 2022 Author: Khali Henderson An MSP survey looked at phishing. It’s as bad as you think. Walking the Walk: The Importance Of Cyber Resilience For MSPs April 19, 2022 Author: Khali Henderson Leading by example can keep your MSP not only safe, but a step ahead of your competitors. There’s A Bullseye On Your Company: Why MSPs Are Cybercrime Targets April 15, 2022 Author: Khali Henderson Monsters in the closet and under the bed? Who knows? Monsters trying to get your clients through your MSP? You’d better believe it. How To Teach Remote Workers To Be Secure December 7, 2021 Author: Khali Henderson Cutting-edge tools are only one part of the cyber resilience solution to that problem. Employee education is also needed. The question is how best to achieve it. How Remote Workers Boost SMB Security Risk December 7, 2021 Author: Khali Henderson The pandemic-fueled scramble to enable remote workers is drifting into the rear-view mirror, but cybercrooks are still cashing in. Choosing A Security Awareness Training Provider: What MSPs Should Look For October 14, 2021 Author: Khali Henderson Security awareness training (SAT) is essential to your MSP and your SMB clients. Here are four key attributes to look for when selecting your provider partner. Beyond Policies: Making The Case For Security Awareness Training October 12, 2021 Author: Khali Henderson Your SMB clients can’t achieve cyber resilience without security awareness training (SAT). Simple steps can help your MSP address confusion and misinformation head-on. Cyber Resilience: The Next Big Opportunity For MSPs September 14, 2021 Author: Khali Henderson Few revenue opportunities are more suited to MSPs than cyber resilience for SMBs, which are increasingly targeted but ill-equipped to deal with cyber threats.