Expand your Cyber Security Knowledge

Did you know that every Monday Andrew Morgan, Ryan Weeks, Gary Pica, and West Spencer host a cyber call (https://www.trumethods.com/lp/cybercall) to expose MSPs to industry exports through a collaborative production. Each week these experts will share their knowledge on specific domains to help elevate your cyber capabilities, grow your knowledge, and elevate your skills to help you grow your business.
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Liberman: Revisiting Goals and Objectives

Analyst Joshua Liberman updates us on his long-term plan to do more writing. As a senior professional, he is elevating his game to be more strategic about his personal branding. It’s a big step to look up from the day-to-day of running a business in the trenches. Watch to here about his latest articles on securing small business and securing your own MSP. Another reason he writes is he wants to enjoy doing what he does. Imagine that!

Remote Worker Setups Continue

Today we’re in Dublin, Ireland with analyst Larry Doyle. He shares how the COVID-19 outbreak is impacting his business as well as personal life. What’s cool about this interview is that we stopped his motorcycle in a public park to ring into us and the sound and video quality is amazing. Like our other analysts spanning the globe, Doyle is engaged in assisting clients in setting up remote offices at home.

Rowe: Clearing up the Confusion: MSP v MSS

Analyst and contributor Phelim Rowe clears up the confusion on labels surrounding cybersecurity solutions. Rowe’s analysis starts with analyzing the Service Level Agreement (SLA) with the client. Does the client need (or will they pay for) military grade security. Rowe defines Managed Security Service (MSS). Rowe also discusses his event model that combines MSPs, MSS and Customers.

Wilson: Introducing the LA Cyber Lab

Denis Wilson, long-time contributor and analyst, talks about a City of Los Angeles cybersecurity alert service call LA Cyber Lab. Then we talk about content-based MSP marketing – work it hard and it works! We review an article curated from, you guessed it, the LA Cyber Lab. Specially the topic concerns the “locked screen trick” that dupes a lot of folks out there.