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K-12 Schools Face Perfect Cyberattack Storm

Five ways channel partners can protect schools (particularly K-12 education institutions) from cyberattacks and hackers, according to Sophos.

Battling Conti “Double Extortion” Ransomware: Best Practices for Channel Partners

Ransomware attackers, like those behind Conti, threaten to expose data in addition to typical data encryption. Here’s how to fight back, Sophos says.

Now’s the Time to Abandon Islands of Security for a Synchronized Approach

Point security products act like isolated islands. However, synchronized security builds bridges — allowing products to work together stronger than they would on their own, Sophos explains.

Everything MSPs and MSSPs Need to Know About Ransomware

Cybersecurity company Sophos explains how ransomware attacks start & unfold. Plus, how MSPs & MSSPs can maintain advanced protection vs. ransomware.

InfoSec 2017: How to Protect Yourself Against the Next WannaCry

Sophos analyzes the WannaCry outbreak and turns lessons into ironclad defenses. Here’s how to protect against the next WannaCry malware.

Google Won’t Fix Android ‘contentjacking’ Flaw for Months

For corporate management of mobile devices, it’s worth considering some sort of centralized mobile control software. Sophos explains.

What Is Social Engineering?

Social engineering is the act of manipulating people into taking an action for an attacker’s benefit. It’s the work of a con artist. Sophos explains more.

U.S. Infrastructure At ‘Red Alert’ for Hacking, Sophos Warns

Sophos Global Head of Security Research James Lyne describes ransomware and hacker threats on NBC’s Today Show. Here are highlights.

RSA Conference 2017: How Hackers and Rogue States Use Exploits to Bypass Security

How nation-state attackers craft their attack code to evade security products, according to Mark Loman of Sophos. An RSA Conference 2017 preview.

Not All Ransomware Tools Are Created Equally

In case you hadn’t heard, ransomware is big, big business. In 2016 alone, ransomware payouts are closing in on the billion-dollar mark, with a whopping 70% of companies reporting that they paid to have their maliciously-encrypted data liberated after being hit. We’re not talking chump-change, either. For many businesses, these payments can and do routinely […]