Five Eyes agencies warn of rising attacks against MSPs

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Attackers are increasingly using MSPs' own tools against them
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Attackers are increasingly using MSPs' own tools against them

Intelligence services have issued a warning of rising attacks against managed service providers by nation-state actors and other threat groups.

A new advisory from US government agencies and Five Eyes intelligence partners indicates an increase in hostile cyber activities targeting MSPs - a trend they expect to continue. MSPs are entities that...

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