Security insights from ThreatLocker
Cybersecurity organizations in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the US have been made aware of reports of an uptick in malicious cyber activity targeting Managed Service Providers (MSPs.'[They] are aware of recent reports that observe an increase in malicious cyber activity targeting MSPs and expect this trend to continue', the report states. To further help and advise MSPs, The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has put together a list of recommendations that MSPs and their customers should aim to implement in order to better protect their businesses. This blog will aim to highlight the key components of each recommendation to help you and your customers manage your cybersecurity efforts.
Prevent Initial Compromise:
Enable/improve monitoring and logging processes:
Enforce Multifactor Authentication (MFA):
Manage internal architecture risks and segregate internal networks:
Apply the principle of least privilege:
Depreciate obsolete accounts and infrastructure:
Backup Systems and Data:
Develop and exercise incident response and recovery plans:
Understand and proactively manage supply chain risk:
Manage Account Authentication and Authorization:
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