Cybercriminals are rapidly switching their attention to targets outside their traditional large-enterprise stomping ground, with 75 per cent of data breaches last year targeted at SMBs.
How can the channel help arm these smaller firms doing battle on this new frontier of security?
This was the major topic of a recent CRN roundtable, commissioned by McAfee, on SME security. Participants - who included McAfee's European CTO Raj Samani and representatives from VARs Cisillion, Armadillo, Intellect, Sapphire, Imerja and Complete i.t. - agreed that SME owners are often burying the head in the sand and that more education is needed. This video features participants' comments following the event but for click here to read the full write-up.
The recent attack on Exclusive Networks is only the latest in a series which has seen cybersecurity vendors, distributors and MSPs suffer breaches to their systems. CRN asks why the channel is seeing itself become a popular target for cybercriminals
As Exclusive Networks becomes the latest casualty in a series of cyberattacks on channel firms, CRN asks cybersecurity specialists what the sector should be doing to prevent themselves becoming targets
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