Canada leads the countries surveyed in both the average ransom paid to ransomware creators and the amount of money lost to downtime from ransomware, which is hardly ideal, and something that Canadian MSPs need to work smarter to prevent.
SandBlast Mobile 3.0 extends the parameters of smartphone protection by adding the ability to prevent threats as well as detect them, while the new 23900 security gateway adds a new very high end data centre appliance for Check Point customers who don’t need the scalability of a chassis.
Symantec Endpoint Protection, which utilizes the technology Symantec acquired with Skycure last year, provides a differentiated offering for MSP line cards that detects and illustrates mobile threats to end users.
Addigy has filled a specific role in the market, providing multi-tenanted Mac management, but now, propelled by iPad demand, they have expanded that to all Apple devices with a new unified MacOS management platform.
D&H’s mobile capacity previously was an app designed for iOS specifically. Now non-Apple phone users can also get D&H site access while on the move with a new website that launched Monday in both Canada and the U.S.