Newsletter | July 20, 2022

07.20.22 -- How To Implement A Vulnerability Management Process

 
How To Implement A Vulnerability Management Process
 

So, you know what vulnerabilities are and that vulnerability scanning can help mitigate those vulnerabilities. Now you need to establish your own vulnerability management program. But what are the main elements of a vulnerability management process? While every organization takes a different approach to its vulnerability management process, it largely revolves around three main elements or phases. Skipping any of these renders your entire process incomplete and ineffective.  

Increase Revenue By Selling Compliance Services To New Markets
 

The financial and legal industries are among the most highly regulated in the country — typically bound to both government laws and industry regulations. Yet, financial firms expose more than 60% of all leaked records. With risks of this magnitude, businesses in these sectors need MSPs who can provide formidable cybersecurity and data protection. So how do you land new accounts?

Making Money With Vulnerability Scanning
 

Large IT security companies currently dominate the market with high-end vulnerability scanning solutions designed for enterprises. Most managed service providers (MSPs) struggle to absorb this cost as part of their standard monthly service and have difficulty justifying the value of the high-priced scanning to their clients. This unfortunately creates a “devil and the deep sea” scenario where MSPs either have to sacrifice profits or provide less security to their clients. That is, until now.

MSP Secrets To Retain Long-Term Clients
 

Managed service providers (MSPs) often struggle to be successful or to even stay afloat when they focus too much on acquiring new customers and not enough on keeping the clients they have. They fail to understand that the longer their client relationships last, the more profitable they become. The best way to solve this dilemma is by placing equal emphasis on each stage of the five-stage managed services life cycle.

Take Control Of Your Azure AD Environments
 

Microsoft Windows Azure Active Directory (Windows Azure AD or Azure AD) is a cloud service that provides administrators with the ability to manage end-user identities and access privileges. Azure AD lets IT admins control access to applications and app resources, based on business requirements. Keeping up with all the information and documents can be a Herculean task.
 

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