A Virtual Event - Now Available On-Demand
Elevate your security and your clients’ peace of mind
Heightened risks. Shifting budgets and priorities. Instead of barreling down the slopes of 2021 blind, why not stop to consult the trail map with experts and peers?
To do that, we invited the MSP community back for our second annual MSP Security Summit, a 1-day virtual event geared toward helping everyone in the channel improve their defenses, adapt their businesses, and thrive.
Watch all 4 virtual sessions on-demand
The event is over, but you can still go back and watch the actionable discussions we had with some of your favorite security experts, covering these topics and more:
- Practical threat intel from recent ransomware campaigns — with an emphasis on specific prevention and detection opportunities
- Mistakes to avoid and first-hand lessons learned from incidents involving MSPs
- Is Defender enough? Key ways managed security offerings are evolving + what you need to know about Microsoft’s solutions
- The most important trends to watch + recommendations to stay ahead in 2021
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Sessions and Speakers
Closing Thoughts & Prize Winners Announced
Don’t miss the chance to win cool prizes!
One lucky registrant will receive a Golden Lift Ticket that he or she can use to claim our grand prize: an Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset.
Golden Lift ticket
*one being sent to one lucky registrant at random
Oculus Quest 2
*No purchase necessary to enter or win. Entrants will be eligible to win by registering for and attending NinjaOne’s MSP Security Summit, scheduled to take place January 28, 2021. Must attend the event and be present online at the time raffle is drawn to win. Must be 18 years or older and have a valid mailing address to win. Open to US and international participants.
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is a cybersecurity instructor, content creator, red teamer, and Capture the Flag enthusiast. As a previous Department of Defense Cyber Training Academy curriculum developer and teacher for the Cyber Threat Emulation course, he educated both civilian and military members on offensive Python, PowerShell, and other scripting languages as well as the adversarial mindset. He is an active speaker, developer of infosec challenges and training material, and a prolific YouTube personality.
Analyzing Ryuk: Another Link in the Cyber Attack Chain
10AM ETThere’s a long and concerning history of threat actors targeting managed service providers (MSPs) and the small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) they support. For every new incident or strain of malware we discover, security researchers must carefully step through each stage of the attack to understand its technical components — and determine how to defend against it. In this session, we’ll analyze the delivery of Ryuk ransomware while highlighting the danger in other threats like Emotet and Trickbot. Join us for a discussion spanning both prevention and detection, with a live demonstration that showcases how each link in the chain presents an opportunity to stop a cyberattack. Huntress is a leading provider of advanced threat detection and actionable cybersecurity information that delivers easy to follow remediation steps into your existing ticketing system. IT Departments & MSPs worldwide use Huntress to enable their junior IT staff to confidently address cybersecurity incidents that slip past their preventive security stack. As a result, they discover breaches before they cause downtime, costly cleanup, and damaged reputations.
has over 20 years of real-world experience in incident handling, malware analysis, computer forensics, and information security for multiple organizations. He has spoken and taught at a number of security conferences about topics ranging from incident response to penetration testing techniques.
Lessons from an Incident Response Provider
11AM ETThey say it’s not a matter of if you’ll experience a security incident, but when. Well, no one experiences the direct aftermath of “when” becoming “now” more often than incident response providers like TrustedSec’s Tyler Hudak. Join us to hear Tyler share some of his first-hand experiences working directly with MSPs in active incident scenarios, including some of the mistakes the MSPs inadvertently made and what they could have done differently to be better prepared and enable a smoother, faster recovery. TrustedSec is an information security consulting team at the forefront of attack simulations with a focus on strategic risk-management. Their goal is to help organizations defend against threats of all kinds and change the security industry for the better.
is founder of the popular blog ITProMentor.com. He is a frequent speaker, a Microsoft MVP, and has been serving the SMB community as a technology adviser for over 15 years.
Ideas for Evolving and Packaging Your Security Offering
Noon ETEveryone agrees security is a major opportunity for MSPs in addition to a top priority. Have questions about what security services you should be providing and how you should be positioning them to your clients? This session will walk you through a variety options with a special focus on securing your clients’ M365 environments and taking better advantage of Microsoft’s evolving (and recently renamed) security products.
Attack Trends and Practical Priorities for 2021
1PM ETAs the tech world continues to react to the aftershocks of December’s major security revelations, how far do the ripples extend into the MSP and SMB communities? What, if any, changes do you need to make to your threat models? And what trends currently being dwarfed by those headlines do you need to make sure you don’t lose track of? Hear from our stacked panel of channel veterans and security experts as they discuss these topics and more.