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The Importance of a Vulnerability Management Program: Page 2 of 2

MSPs have an opportunity to add vulnerability scanning to their service offerings, providing an additional layer to secure customers. By Max Pruger

It's critical to stay proactive. The same way a strong home security system keeps bad guys out, a vulnerability management program, as part of a comprehensive security strategy, can be successful at eliminating weak points, preventing cybercriminals from maliciously accessing networks, apps, and the cloud. MSPs can protect their business, and that of their clients, with automated solutions that are budget-friendly, and allow IT professionals to concentrate on high-level tasks.

Cyberattacks are widespread and growing in sophistication. Costs from breaches can be disastrous, ranging in the millions, and not to mention reputation loss. Vulnerability scanning provides an additional, proactive tool in the battle to protect customers.  

MAX PRUGER, a pioneer in the managed services industry, is Kaseya’s general manager of Compliance Manager GRC, VulScan, and MyITProcess and is responsible for Kaseya’s go-to-market strategy for his respective business units. Previously, Pruger served as chief revenue officer of CloudJumper (acquired by NetApp), where his responsibilities included running all aspects of the company’s sales operations, managing and developing an MSP channel, and building a world-class sales organization.

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