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Protecting Your Clients in the Face of the Next “Breach du Jour”
The headlines are crowded with almost daily news of security breaches affecting companies across the globe. For every major organization reported, hundreds of SMBs are also affected. In fact, as many as 1 in 5 small businesses falls victim to a security breach each year, accounting for 87% of all breaches.
Today’s security technology could have thwarted 97% of those data breaches. But keeping abreast of those latest and greatest solutions can be an overwhelming task for an MSP, particularly in such an ever-changing cyber security arms race.
Watch this webinar on protecting SMB clients in the face of the “breach du jour.” Neal Bradbury, co-founder and VP of Channel Development at data protection solutions provider Intronis, and Andrew Bagrin, founder and CEO of Security-as-a-Service provider My Digital Shield, will discuss:
“For many MSPs, speaking as an authority on cyber security can be a challenge with the high volume of information available, particularly as new threats emerge almost daily,” says Bradbury. “This webinar aims to empower MSPs to better serve their SMB customers with a better understanding of today’s cyber threats and how complimentary security products can protect both their networks and their data.”
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About the Presenters
Andrew Bagrin is the founder and CEO of My Digital Shield (MDS), a provider of Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) for small businesses. With more than 17 years of experience in the IT security industry, Bagrin started MDS in 2013 to bring cloud-based, enterprise-level security technology to small businesses at an affordable price.
Neal Bradbury is the co-founder and VP of Channel Development at Intronis. Neal brings more than 15 years of experience in networking, security, integration, and systems management to his latest leadership role at Intronis. Prior to founding the company in 2003, Neal worked at Hasbro Inc. and at General Dynamics Electric Boat, where he was a Systems Engineer working on combat systems of the Virginia-class submarine.
This webinar is brought to you by Intronis and My Digital Shield.