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Five Spooky Cybersecurity Statistics to Share with Prospects: The Weekly Byte [VIDEO]

Posted October 31, 2016by Brandon Garcin

The Weekly Byte Episode 28

Happy Halloween! In this special edition of The Weekly Byte, we look at five spooky cybersecurity statistics you can share with prospects to help build the case for your services. The insights here are pulled from Webroot’s 2016 Threat Brief and offer valuable—and sometimes scary—insights into today’s IT security landscape. Tune in now to learn more!

The Weekly Byte is a video series that provides quick, digestible tips and best practices designed to help your business be successful. Get in touch with us via the comments section below if you have any questions about today’s episode or have ideas for topics you’d like to see covered in the future.


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Brandon Garcin is Continuum's Director of Content Marketing, and is responsible for the creation and execution of a variety of resources designed to win new business and support existing customer accounts. He has authored more than a dozen eBooks which have generated thousands of downloads, and has consulted with hundreds of Continuum partners to help improve their marketing and lead generation efforts through website optimization and content development. Brandon is also the host of The Weekly Byte, a video and audio series produced by Continuum that provides quick, digestible tips and best practices that MSPs can use to help their business succeed.

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