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Clients Drive MSSPs to Enhance Their Managed Detection and Response

MSSPs and MSPs need to accelerate their existing managed security services portfolio and MDR capabilities to solve real-world SMB needs.

Does your SOC Measure Up?

How are SOCs (security operations centers) and SOCaaS technologies evolving to address MSSP and MSP needs? Netsurion offers this guidance.

IT Service Providers Thwart Ransomware with SOC-as-a-Service

Instead of developing a SOC on your own with finite time and funds, SOC-as-a-Service enables MSPs & MSSPs to get started quickly with minimal investment.

Work From Home: 10 Productivity and Cybersecurity Tips

How can MSPs ensure Work From Home customers remain safe & secure? Study this tip sheet (care of Netsurion) then share best practices with your customers.

Avoid Log Monitoring Gaps with Holistic Coverage

Prospective SIEM partners often ask: Which client logs should I monitor? What are some log management best practices? Netsurion offers this guidance to MSSPs.

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.