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Healthcare systems under attack

For healthcare, cyber attacks can have ramifications beyond financial loss and breach of privacy. Ransomware, for example, is a particularly egregious form of malware for hospitals, as the loss of patient data can put lives at risk.

A look ahead to 2022

Every year, the researchers at the WatchGuard Threat Lab take a look at what they expect to see in the next 12 months. You can see their full list of predictions. including space hacking and more attacks on mobile phones, at WatchGuard's 2022 Cybersecurity Predictions.

Top 4 Malicious Domain Incidents of 2021

When it comes to cyberattacks, ransomware and malware often steal the headlines. But malicious domains are still a huge part of the threat landscape...Do you know the most important malicious domains of 2021?

Other Ways Remote Work Has Changed Businesses

There have been some great outcomes from staying home but remote work isn’t all sunshine and saved money. It also creates immense security risk for your organization. Download the infographic Remote Work and Its Impact 18 Months Later to find out more information.

Knowing where access attempts come from, the key to MFA

The good thing about risk-based authentication is that it takes risk factors into account when performing an authentication decision. WatchGuard partners can now offer their customers increased security in their authentication processes through push notifications that include geolocation.

WatchGuard’s 2022 Predictions

Interested to know what the trends will be and what other emerging security issues might surface next year? Don’t miss WatchGuard's Security Predictions for 2022.

Why MSPs Save the World

It’s time for MSPs to help save the world from the rising tide of cyberattacks and cyber villians. How MSPs have grown their businesses and better protected their customers?