Today, online interactions are leading to some of the world’s most complex and critical data processing quandaries. And yet, it is hard to imagine a disconnected world. From banking transactions to airline operations, every online interaction is important with little room for errors.
As companies strive to grow and expand their online presence, they often focus too much on their marketing and sales targets and tend to forget or ignore the security threats to their system. This is justifiable to some extent as managing the security of a system does not bring immediate benefits, rather it tends to increase operating costs.
Besides, managing the security of a computer system’s network is not an easy undertaking and can adversely affect the company in case of slightest mistake. This is where Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) come in.
MSSPs are third-party vendors who specialize in providing security to systems connected to the internet as well as the intranet. They enable businesses to shift their focus on providing value-added services to their customers rather than stressing about security and compliance-related issues.
In recent years, this has become a large, profitable industry, with several major players like IBM and Verizon jumping in the fray. All MSSPs have their own way of ensuring security. Here, we will examine how they work and implement managed security services solutions.
We know firsthand how effective MSSPs can enable businesses all over the world to be more efficient while being secure, trustworthy and compliant.
Trianz has helped countless businesses become more secure by ensuring that their critical operations are secured with response workflows, patching, control automation, security incident management, SIEM, perimeter security, compliance tools and more.
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