As an MSP you know that cyber security is no longer a consideration. Every organisation, whether it be large or small, is open to an attack. So, whether you have a security offering or not, you as an MSP are going to be dealing with cybersecurity issues. At some point, your client will be the victim of an attack and you will be dealing with those issues at what could be a cost to you.
Are you faced with the following challenges?
Due you have technical resources available 24/7?
Do you have the technical capabilities in-house to assist your clients should a cyberattack occur?
Are you covered? Are your clients secure?
Is anti-virus, anti-spam and web-filtering enough?
WHY CHOOSE INBAY
Inbay’s white-labelled Security solution detects threats, vulnerabilities and breaches as well as ensuring you and your clients stay compliant and secure
QUALIFIED SECURITY EXPERTS
Our team of highly trained SOC analysts hold the following security recognised qualifications: CEH, CHFI, SSCP, CISSP and OSCP – just to name a few.
Inbay have the skills to help you identify threats, perform forensics analysis, apply threat intelligence and detect high-priority incidents that require immediate response.
FOCUS ON GROWTH
Recruiting cybersecurity experts is a real challenge and can take some time. Maintaining the security qualifications of these experts requires time and a significant budget.
Cybersecurity for MSPs
Asset discovery and inventory
SIEM event correlation
Managed detection and response
Real-time threat detection
Our SOC service delivers advanced, next generation managed threat detection and incident response, to safeguard your organisation from forever-changing cyber threats.
Are you ready to find out more?
BLOG: Pros and cons of internal and external Security Operations Centre (SOC)
If you are reading this blog, you are not just seeking solace, but have realised that it is time to make a decision as to whether you should invest in an internal or external Security Operations Centre (SOC).
Breaches only happen to other people and other larger organisations! Right? No! Cyber attacks do not concern themselves with the size, scale, type, location or vulnerability of the host they seek to penetrate, they just seek a host and once exploited, wreak the damage they have evolved or been designed to cause.
In this blog, we discuss the pros and cons involved for both an internal and external SOC.
VIDEO: Three top tips for choosing the right cybersecurity partner
If your clients are often asking about cybersecurity and whether you offer Security Operation Centre (SOC) services, it might be time to look into the different options available. Most MSP’s prefer to partner with cybersecurity companies that already exist, white labelling their services to their own clients to ensure they’re providing quality services without hiring their own cybersecurity team. It also means that you will be able to provide these services to your clients seamlessly. However, finding a security partner that you can trust with your clients isn’t an easy task. So, what should you look out for when looking for an MSSP partner to support your business?
In this video you discover the top 3 tips for choosing the right cybersecurity partner.
BLOG: What happened to Kaseya? Including 10 Security Best Practices for MSPs to Mitigate Ransomware Risk
Everyone is talking about Kaseya’s VSA product and how it fell victim to the single biggest global ransomware attack on record.
Join Frances Moore, Marketing Director at Inbay as she discusses what happened to Kaseya’s VSA product and what the potential outcomes could be. With data breaches hitting an all-time high and potential fines and negative press threatening to seriously impact your MSP business, Frances Moore also shares the top 10 security best practices for MSPs to mitigate ransomware risk.
VIDEO: How to increase revenue and become an MSSP
Selling cybersecurity products is no longer a consideration. Every organisation, whether it be large or small, is open to an attack. Business size is not a factor for cybersecurity attackers. So, whether you have a security offering or not, you as an MSP are going to be dealing with cybersecurity issues. At some point, your client will be the victim of an attack and you will be dealing with those issues at what could be a cost to you – unless you have a security offering in place or a cybersecurity clause that admits any cyberattacks in your contracts.
In an effort to help you navigate the minefield that is security, we created some bitesize highlights from our latest webinar.