DattoCon Is Postponed, But We’ve Still Got June 8 On Our Calendar

Like us, you’ve probably had the week of June 8 blocked off on your calendar for a very important reason: It’s DattoCon week! Right now, DattoCon is postponed until a currently unknown time.

But we were too excited about DattoCon and the opportunity to connect with MSPs and other vendors to not do something. And we had a few things planned that we decided to go ahead with, conference or no conference. We hope you’ll join us.

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Here’s everything we have going on the week of June 8.

Anatomy of a Phish

When: Monday, June 8, 2020 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT

Your clients care a lot about phishing attacks. One in three employees at any given company are likely to click on a malicious link. And 43% of all data breaches are the result of phishing attacks.

They’re looking for answers, and they need you to be the expert.

Attend this webinar to gain talking points you can take back to your clients to help expose the importance of protecting against phishing attacks. We’ll cover:

  1. What a phishing attack is
  2. How it works
  3. What you can do to mitigate attacks

You’ll also walk away with handouts after every session, including handouts on phishing and a cybersecurity checklist.

DNSFilter Office Hours

When: Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT

This is your chance to connect with DNSFilter and other MSPs. Think of this as a hybrid Ask-Me-Anything event and MSP happy hour.

We’ll walk you through a brief demo of our new active directory integration, open the floor for questions and feedback, and finish the session by checking in with everyone. We’ll share what we’ve been seeing as coronavirus is changing our business, and we hope you’ll help fellow MSPs by sharing your thoughts.

We expect this session to get off-topic. Bring a mocktail🥂.

DNSFilter Vs. Cisco Umbrella: What’s Best For Your MSP?

When: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT

We’re finishing our Waiting For DattoCon event with a direct, head-to-head comparison of DNSFilter to Cisco Umbrella.

If you’re a DNSFilter customer, you’ll gain some great talking points around DNS protection to share with your clients.

If you’re not a DNSFilter customer, we’ll walk you through an actual experiment we ran on behalf of a Fortune 500 customer to determine which tool is the most accurate DNS threat protection out there.

Join us

We hope to see (virtually) meet you during Waiting For DattoCon the week of June 8. We’ll have room for a Q&A in each session, so don’t be shy! Share your questions with us.

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