The Benefits of an MSSP: Unmatched Protection and Cybersecurity Expertise

Cybercriminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated, targeting organizations in different ways and exploiting the expanding attack surface created by employees using a variety of IoT, mobile, cloud and Internet-enabled devices. In the past 12 months alone, 39% of UK businesses and 26% of charities have been breached. Partnering with a managed security service provider (MSSP) can help ease this burden, providing 24/7 coverage at a fraction of the cost of internal hiring. MSSPs offer service level agreements (SLAs) that guarantee incident response times and provide protection in the event of security incidents.

Nomios has specialized in evaluating, creating and managing business information security for more than 10 years, developing security strategies and solutions that respond to the changing challenges of businesses. Our security service includes managed detection and response, as well as ZTNA 2.0 which eliminates implicit trust to ensure organizations are properly protected. A highly certified MSSP will extend risk management and compliance expertise and certification to your organization, ensuring the protection of your assets. One of the main benefits of working with a managed security service provider is the extensive cybersecurity experience they offer, something that many companies don't have in-house.

Security is not just a technical issue; it is a business matter that must be managed to maintain a laser focus on the organization's mission for the company and its executives. An MSSP also helps provide general network and IT maintenance, along with services such as managed telephony (telecommunications) and SaaS platforms. In conclusion, partnering with an MSSP can provide unmatched protection against cybercriminals and access to cybersecurity expertise that many companies don't have in-house. This can help free up time and budget to focus on driving business growth while ensuring your organization is properly protected.

Lynne Ellert
Lynne Ellert

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