From a security perspective, most large and small organizations struggle to fully understand their cyber vulnerability footprint in relation to their network infrastructure, and many lack the ability to find, train, and maintain a staff with the expertise to rapidly detect an intrusion or thwart a sophisticated cyberattack.
Decision makers have reached a crossroads: should they follow the conventional wisdom that certain security information management (SIM) functions should continue to be managed internally, or entrust an experienced third-party vendor to focus on protecting their networks and data assets 24/7/365?
This paper identifies when conditions are ripe for using a managed security services provider (MSSP), as well as the advantages of partnering with an MSSP in figuring out your organization’s security posture and minimizing your risk exposure.
What You’ll Learn:
- Understanding an organization’s internal network security capabilities
- Three levels of security an MSSP offers
- Advantages of partnering with an managed security services provider