All posts by Chris Crellin

Chris Crellin is Senior Director of Product Management for Barracuda MSP, a provider of security and data protection solutions for managed services providers, where he is responsible for leading product strategy and management. Chris joined Barracuda MSP from Backupify/Datto, Inc. where he was responsible for product strategy and execution of their cloud backup SaaS portfolio. Prior to Datto, he spent 14 years with RSA, the Security Division of EMC. He was the lead product manager for the RSA SecurID portfolio after having started his career as a software engineer.

6 Cybersecurity conversation starters

6 Cybersecurity conversation starters

For MSPs and VARs trying to expand the reach of their services with existing clients, initiating a cybersecurity conversation around the need for solutions and services can be challenging. This is often because clients believe that their cybersecurity needs are...

/ November 1, 2022
Why MSPs are attractive cyberattack targets

Why MSPs are attractive cyberattack targets

Once again, government watchdogs have issued an alert to managed service providers (MSPs), encouraging them to implement new security guidance in response to increasing levels of cyberattacks. MSPs are a prime target for cybercriminals – they have direct access to...

/ August 2, 2022
How will the new Executive Order implementing ZTNA impact MSPs

How will the new Executive Order implementing ZTNA impact MSPs

Following the Colonial Pipeline attack, one of the most impactful ransomware attacks to-date, the United States government issued an Executive Order which detailed a course of actions aiming to improve the government’s cybersecurity standards, specifically with zero-trust (ZTNA) security. The...

/ May 18, 2021
Webinar: How many advanced threats are hiding in your inbox?

Webinar: How many advanced threats are hiding in your inbox?

As an MSP, you know that email security is getting more important every day because ransomware and other advanced threats are on the rise. According to a report from Verizon, 92.4 percent of all malware attacks are delivered through email....

/ April 7, 2020