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5 Mistakes You’re Making In Your QBRs (Quarterly Business Reviews)

Over 50% of MSSPs lack formal client QBRs even though it’s a relatively easy way to demonstrate your added value. Netsurion shares five QBR mistakes partners need to avoid.

SOC-as-a-Service, MDR, and Managed SIEM. What’s the Difference?

MSPs & MSSPs must navigate numerous cybersecurity terms & technologies. Here are some key definitions & decision points to consider, according to Netsurion.

2020 Cybersecurity Predictions for the Partner Channel

Cybersecurity convergence will become the difference maker in 2020, Netsurion believes. Guy Cunningham, VP of channel sales, explains why.

SOC-as-a-Service: 5 Steps for MSP Assessment  

How to provide managed cybersecurity services with Netsurion as your partner. Leverage turnkey SOCaaS to accelerate time-to-market, improve security & increase productivity.

How SD-Branch Enables Security from Edge to Endpoint

Netsurion BranchSDO has deployed over 4,000 SD-Branch devices in the USA since its launch over a year ago, the majority of which are managed by MSPs.

MSP Best Practices to Halt Insider Threats

There are five fundamental types of insider threats, according to Security Insider. Netsurion describes how to detect and block those insider threats.

Still Managing On-Premise Firewalls? An MSP Alternative…

Managed SD-Branch solutions allow MSPs to secure and service customers’ remote offices & branches. Netsurion explains how.

What is a SIEM and How Does it Benefit My MSP Business?

How a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform can improve an MSP (managed IT services provider) business, according to Netsurion.

SOC-as-a-Service Enables MSP Growth and Client Loyalty

MSPs are providing cybersecurity and IT compliance offerings to help generate incremental revenue, strengthen customer loyalty, and improve profit margins.

Securing the Mobile Connectivity of First Responders

First responder mobile applications demand reliable, responsive & secure network connections. Here’s where SD-WANs fit in, according to Netsurion.