In Light of the Kaseya Attack: Is SPOG important? What happens when your MSP tools are attacked?



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On Friday, July 2nd one of the IT services channel most popular tools was exploited to attack between 10,000 and 1,000,000 million endpoints. This cyberattack is typical in the methodology, a supply chain attack delivering a ransomware payload. The major difference is that this attack was against small businesses. It was also attack on the managed services industry where not only did it encrypt client endpoints but even for MSPs who were not encrypted, they lost the ability to use one of their most critical tools for supporting their clients. Is SPOG (single pane of glass) still important or will diversity and redundancy be one of the lessons learned from this breach?

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