IT security has increasingly been the main challenge for most organizations, especially as they moved to remote or hybrid work environments. Relying on an employee’s personal network for official work has increased the risk of online fraud, phishing, hacking and other types of cyberattacks. Employee bad habits continue to be the main factor that puts IT security at risk.
However, MSPs can use this behavior to their advantage and capitalize on this opportunity. When positioning your MSP to new clients, it’s important to highlight, educate and provide services that guide your clients on the best practices to follow to mitigate and avoid these key types of cyberthreats.
Join us for an insightful session with Tim Foley, VP, Global Professional Services at Kaseya, on how your MSP can develop new profitable services that improve your clients’ security etiquette.
5 employee bad habits that put your clients’ IT security at risk
How to mitigate risks created by employee bad habits
How documentation and SOPs can help in standardizing the processes
How MSPs can save their clients’ time, effort and money by implementing services that will improve their clients’ data security etiquette