Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) News: 29 July 2020

by Joe Panettieri o Jul 29, 2020 Each business day, MSSP Alert broadcasts a quick lineup of news, analysis and chatter from across the managed security services provider ecosystem.

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Today’s MSSP Alerts

1. Ransomware Attacks Rhode Island: Rhode Island College Foundation and the Providence Children’s Museum were both affected by a ransomware attack on an outside vendor that might have exposed personal information, Providence Journal reports.

2. Ransomware Attacks Atlanta Business: A ransomware attack has hit SiteOne Landscape Supply of Atlanta, Georgia, a local report says. 3.

Cisco SecureX Further Explained: Details are here4. Partnerships – Privileged Access Management (PAM): Thycotic has built U.S. relationships with Deloitte, PwC, EY and RSM, the company says.

5. Partner Program – Identity and Access Management (IAM): Ping Identity has launched a revamped Global Partner Program. 6.

Integration – SMB Network and Endpoint Security Management:  The Untangle Command Center  now allows customers to monitor and manage their endpoints protected with Bitdefender Cloud Security for MSP, the companies say. 7. Integration – Threat Intelligence and Endpoint Security: Cyware threat intelligence now integrates with VMware Carbon Black to bring automated threat detection and remediation to mutual customers, the companies say.

8. Re-Branding – Threat Modeling Company: Continuum Security has chanced its name to IriusRisk, effective July 2020. The former Continuum Security and current IriusRisk are not related to the Continuum company that merged with ConnectWise in 2019.

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Amazon Fraud Detector: AWS has launched Amazon Fraud Detector, a fully managed service that allows users to identify potentially fraudulent online activities like online payment and identity fraud, Amazon Web Services asserts.

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