e-ChannelNews Interview with Mark Bell: Core Security Releases New Ransomware Simulator | Press Release

e-ChannelNews Interview with Mark Bell: Core Security Releases New Ransomware Simulator

Posted on August 16, 2022 | Cybersecurity , IT Infrastructure Protection

Following the release of Core Security’s Ransomware Simulator, Mark Bell, Managing Director of Infrastructure Protection at HelpSystems, shares vulnerability management best practices and more in an interview with e-ChannelNews

Mark discusses: 

•    The importance of pen testing as a vulnerability management best practice. 
•    The different ways organizations can use pen testing
•    The difference between red and blue teaming
•    How HelpSystems works with MSPs and VARs 
•    What HelpSystems can offer the partner community

Watch the full interview here
 

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