WatchGuard is proud to regularly sponsor and participate in a variety of special events and educational seminars with our Secure Partners.

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Managing Your MSP Business to Accommodate Remote Workforces

Online Webinar - 22 April 2020
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8:00 - 8:30 am PDT, 3:00 - 3:30 pm GMT

As a managed service provider (MSP), it is important to help companies remain protected from security threats as more and more employees work from home. With a remote workforce, it is more critical than ever that businesses only allow authorized access to sensitive and confidential information on the network.

Join this upcoming webinar with Ben Oster, senior product manager, as he discusses ways for MSPs to stay ahead of the remote workforce security needs by answering questions such as:

  • How can we protect remote users from the phishing threats we know they see?
  • How can we protect remote users from new and known malware threats?
  • What can we do to expand perimeter security to the point of user access?
  • How can we manage large and quick expansion of remote workforces?
  • How can we encourage adoption of security best practices?
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Credential Theft: The Dark Side of the Dark Web

Online Webinar - 13 May 2020
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8:00 - 8:30 am PDT, 3:00 - 3:30 pm GMT

The dark side of the Internet, also known as the “dark web”, is an unregulated part of the Internet. In this way, the dark web can open doors to illegal activity. From credential theft to credit card fraud, there are no limits to what’s possible on the dark web. Luckily, there are steps you can take to secure your personal information.

Join us in this webinar with Marc Laliberte, senior security analyst, and Alex Cagnoni, director of authentication, as they discuss best practices on how to protect your personal information. Topics include:

  • Overview of the dark web
  • Personal information in the dark web
  • Latest credential-related breaches
  • MFA to protect your credentials