Category: Security

The journey toward offering managed security services 

The journey toward offering managed security services 

Many forward-thinking MSPs are realizing the importance of offering a cybersecurity service that has its’ people, processes, and technology all working 24×7, making certain that every one of their customers is not only in a constant state of protective security...

/ July 21, 2022
Zero-trust IT transition requires MSP prudence

Zero-trust IT transition requires MSP prudence

Gartner is predicting that while 60 percent of organizations will embrace zero-trust as a starting point for security by 2025, more than half will fail to realize the benefits. In that same timeframe, however, 80 percent of enterprises will as...

/ July 20, 2022
MSPs will be increasingly caught up in remote work debate

MSPs will be increasingly caught up in remote work debate

While the debate over the merits of enabling a much larger percentage of the workforce to work remotely intensifies as the COVID-19 pandemic becomes an aspect of daily life, it appears most organizations are now resigned to the fact that...

/ July 19, 2022 / 6 Comments
National Science Foundation shows stress is the cause of many breaches

National Science Foundation shows stress is the cause of many breaches

The pandemic has upended the entire field of cybersecurity and a newly released National Science Foundation study is now shedding light on the human error component of cybersecurity breaches. “It’s an important study because anytime we can understand why people...

/ July 18, 2022
Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: OpenSSL vulnerability

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: OpenSSL vulnerability

Two vulnerabilities were discovered in OpenSSL version 3.0.4 that impacts RSA Private Keys and AES OCB Encryption operations. These vulnerabilities cause an incorrect RSA implementation for 2048-bit private keys that can lead to memory corruption while the device is in...

/ July 15, 2022
MSPs will need to drive MFA adoption for small businesses

MSPs will need to drive MFA adoption for small businesses

Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a critical element of any approach to achieving zero-trust IT security. Yet, a global survey of 1,403 small business owners conducted by the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) finds that more than half still rely only on...

/ July 13, 2022
Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Google zero-day vulnerability

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Google zero-day vulnerability

Google has released a new patch for Google Chrome to address critical vulnerabilities in V8, WebRTC, and Chrome OS Shell components. If exploited, the vulnerabilities will allow malicious actors to perform memory corruption and privilege escalation. Barracuda MSP recommends applying...

/ July 12, 2022
CISA forges a path toward cybersecurity excellence for all businesses

CISA forges a path toward cybersecurity excellence for all businesses

The gold standard of cybersecurity best practices in the USA comes from The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Within CISA is the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee (CSAC) which is comprised of 22 of the nation’s leading experts on cybersecurity, technology,...

/ July 12, 2022
Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: New Microsoft Azure vulnerability

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: New Microsoft Azure vulnerability

Researchers at Point 42 discovered a flaw in Microsoft Azure’s Fabric, dubbed ‘FabricScape’, propagating the ongoing series of vulnerabilities that the platform has been facing. This vulnerability allows bad actors using Linux to escalate their own privileges to the extent...

/ July 10, 2022
Barracuda MSP is coming to a city near you!

Barracuda MSP is coming to a city near you!

Since March 2020, every business has taken a pause with in-person interaction. As we turn a new page in the pandemic, Barracuda MSP is excited to be back on the road and meet with MSPs live once again!  

/ July 7, 2022