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Cybersecurity News and Threat Intelligence for Business

AppRiver lands on Top 501 Global Managed Service P…

on July 10, 2018 | by Teresa Zwierzchowski | AppRiver, AppRiver News, Awards, channel futures, managed service providers, MSP, recognition

Recently, AppRiver was notified it ranks 16th among the world’s most strategic and innovative managed service providers (MSPs), according to Channel Futures 11th-annual MSP 501 Worldwide Company Rankings. read more

Something Wicked This Way Comes – To Your Inbox

on July 05, 2018 | by Teresa Zwierzchowski | AppRiver, Email, hackers, phishing, Ransomware, SecureSurf, securetide, Security Risks, Security Vulnerablities, spearphishing

Hackers are smart – and only getting smarter. They are continually honing their attacks and searching for the weakest link – and oftentimes that is a company’s employees. read more

HMRC-themed emails carry Trickbot infection

on June 11, 2018 | by Troy Gill | AppRiver, Digital Degenerate, malware, Ransomware, Security Risks, Trickbot

A cybercrime group is currently targeting businesses in the UK with malware-laden emails containing the banking Trojan known as Trickbot. In the past years, several malware families have been seen heavily targeting the UK in attempts to spread banking Trojans looking to gain access to business and ... read more

How Microsoft Partners Look To Redefine The Way Mi…

on May 11, 2018 | by Teresa Zwierzchowski | AppRiver, Microsoft, microsoft 365, Office 365, Uncategorized

Microsoft’s Partner Network (MPN) has been the primary delivery vehicle for Microsoft technology to small and mid-size businesses for decades, and partners continue to drive adoption of Office 365 and Azure services by hundreds of thousands of new business users every month. It’s no secret to MPN m ... read more

AppRiver Is Ready To Help Nonprofits Upgrade Techn…

on April 27, 2018 | by Teresa Zwierzchowski | AppRiver, AppRiver News, Microsoft, microsoft philanthropies, Office 365

New York, April 6, 2018 – No one knows the struggles of belt-tightening and working with stagnant budgets more than nonprofits. Often, they are faced with hard decisions about how to allocate their limited funds, and many times that means cutting money that could be used to upgrade technology – tech ... read more