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Designing Effective Security Policies for Phishing Prevention

Phishing is a very real threat to many organizations, both large and small. Roughly 15 billion spam emails are currently landing in people's inboxes every day. In 2021, 83% of businesses reported that they had experienced some type of phishing attack. These numbers are large and can be intimidating, but if you work with the right people and build an effective phishing security policy, these numbers will be reduced for your business. This article explores what best practices mean within these parameters and gives key solutions in how to go about building your defense.

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MSP Cybersecurity Best Practices: Managing The Human Factor

Non-malicious human mistakes were a key factor in 68% of data breaches in 2023, according to Verizon's most recent Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). While simple human error accounts for many of these cases, social engineering attacks were another common cause. Fortunately, your managed service provider (MSP) can take steps to teach your staff how to protect themselves and your organization in their day-to-day work. Giving your team the tools and information they need to incorporate best practices into your everyday operations is one of the best actions you can take to reduce your cyber risk.

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What Is Human Vulnerability?

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are uniquely positioned in the information security and information technology realms. MSPs sit outside their client organizations, yet they provide critical services to organizations and are typically relied upon to work side-by-side with organizational staff on those services. In a natural way, MSPs become an extension of the client organization and are seen as such. When it comes to information security, MSPs also have unique challenges. They work with many customers who are at different levels of sophistication and at different parts of their information security journey. They also manage large swathes of data for their customers. As a result of those relationships and MSPs’ positions with respect to customer data, MSPs can exercise significant influence on their customers’ information security programs.

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