The ThreatLocker team provides the latest stories to keep you and your customers updated on ransomware and other malicious cybersecurity threats. Here's what's new this week:
A Criminal Market for Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
Traditionally, zero-day vulnerabilities have been deployed by well-resourced nation-state hackers. However, researchers have observed a shift in the criminal market for zero days. Successful ransomware gangs have amassed the fortunes to afford zero-day exploits which can cost millions of dollars. Less sophisticated criminals are also managing to get their hands on vulnerabilities through a lease, also known as exploit-as-a-service.
Danny Jenkins, ThreatLocker CEO breaks down security stacks with Ryan, Secure Connections Podcast host, from his car in Ireland! Where some go heavy with multiple layers of detection, controls are often overlooked. Danny discusses a scenario where hackers can actually use a compromised customer environment as recon against you, the MSP, to get around detection tools, where controls like Zero Trust and MFA can prevent these attacks and breaches.
Learn How to Protect Small Businesses Using Enterprise Level Security
Protecting your small business clients against cyber threats is more important than ever! 43% of cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses, but only 14% are prepared to defend themselves. Join us for the webinar “How to Protect Small Businesses Using Enterprise Level Security” on December 15, 2021 at 2 pm EST.
Calling all MSPs and IT professionals! Join us on February 21-23, 2022 at the Rosen Plaza in Orlando Florida. We'll discuss the latest in cybersecurity, hacking, and the current threat landscape - all presented by Channel leaders and a few VIP keynote speakers. Registration is now open!