MSPAA and CybeReady Strengthen Global Cybersecurity Resilience

MSPAA and CybeReady Strengthen Global Cybersecurity Resilience

By Greg Tavarez

The digital age has witnessed a rapid expansion of attack vectors, making many traditional defense mechanisms obsolete. Cybercriminals no longer rely solely on rudimentary tactics, but instead harness cutting-edge tools and methodologies, leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and automation to breach vulnerable defenses.

Unfortunately, the very technologies designed to enhance efficiency and convenience have also inadvertently exposed new avenues for exploitation. From ransomware attacks paralyzing critical infrastructure to highly targeted phishing campaigns exploiting human psychology, these threats underscore the need for a holistic approach to cybersecurity that encompasses both technical safeguards and user education.

In response, cybersecurity experts and organizations must remain in a perpetual state of vigilance and adaptation. Continuous research, innovation and collaboration are imperative to stay ahead of the curve.

Therefore, the Managed Security Providers Association of America and CybeReady established a new partnership that is expected to reshape the cybersecurity landscape.

The MSPAA is a professional organization dedicated to advancing the interests and standards of MSSPs in the U.S. The MSPAA serves as a platform for collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and advocacy within the cybersecurity industry, aiming to foster best practices, promote industry growth and enhance the overall effectiveness of managed security services. Through networking events, educational initiatives and policy advocacy, the MSPAA plays a big role in shaping the landscape of managed security services, facilitating dialogue between MSSPs, technology vendors and regulatory bodies to address emerging challenges and opportunities in the dynamic field of cybersecurity.

CybeReady offers a security training solution that evolves organizations from security awareness to cyber readiness with no IT effort. CybeReady’s solution engages more employees, more effectively, frequently and easily. Infused with training expertise and powered by ML, CybeReady’s adaptive, easy-to-digest security training content program guarantees to reduce a high-risk employee group by 80%.

In the partnership, CybeReady will pool their resources with the MSPAA to empower organizations with the effective training program they need to transform employee resilience in the face of ever-evolving cyber threats.

“We are partnering with MSPAA to empower MSPs across the U.S. to deliver their customers significant value - fast,” said Eitan Fogel, CybeReady’s CEO. “We keep seeing growing cyber attacks on employees everywhere and are confident that with CybeReady’s employee readiness solution, companies of all sizes can substantially reduce attack risks - with minimal operation required from the MSP.”




Edited by Alex Passett
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