Cybersecurity is complex — the vocabulary alone can be a barrier to many non-technical users just trying to understand what cybersecurity is and what it involves.
New York's SHIELD Act applies to businesses nationwide, with compliance required for anyone who does business with or holds personally identifiable information (PII) of New York residents. The following are key takeaways regarding SHIELD Act compliance.
Security services are a great way to protect MSP clients, but should they be optional?
Every business needs cybersecurity, right? The bad guys are out there and have shelved their shotguns for computer code. Then why is it so difficult for MSPs to sell cybersecurity?
The most common approach I hear to selling MSS is educating customers and that is important, but you will struggle to sell MSS by just educating customers and not also holding them accountable.
Cybersecurity has become a hot topic for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and their small business clients. It has become clear that MSPs who don't provide cybersecurity to their clients are falling behind, but the quality of the cybersecurity offerings is also a key factor.
As an operationally mature MSP, you should be pricing your basic support services on a per-seat basis to help your clients and prospects understand what you bring to the table in a transparent pricing model. Security Services should be no different.
Are you struggling as an MSP owner to deliver security services to your clients?
As an MSP owner, you have three options: Build, Buy, or Partner. How do you determine your next step?
We all know that security is hard… for an MSP, it’s even more difficult.
In addition to balancing the everyday security risks that every business faces, MSP’s also have to focus on their customers’ networks. A lot of times, the security of customer networks take precedence for service providers... and in-house security falls short.
Ignore security at your own and your customers’ peril.
Recently there was a post on r/sysadmin from a network administrator who had a client system hacked because he left their iLO card facing the internet…
It seems like there’s always a new buzzword or acronym emerging in the IT and Cybersecurity industries. It can be tough to keep up on what they are and what they mean. The differences between a Managed Services Provider (MSP) and a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) are sometimes difficult to decipher.