A Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) provides security monitoring to ensure that all asset risks are monitored from hackers in an IT audit.

Managed Security Services Provider - How to Prepare


In this episode, Jerry Ravi and Kevin Nikkhoo have returned to address how companies should prepare to engage with an MSSP. They will highlight the expectations buyers should have around the provider they use and the services offered.


Kelly Critelli: Hello and welcome back to the EisneAmper and Cloud Access podcast series. Today, we're discussing the use of managed security services providers (MSSPs). Our first podcast addressed what exactly an MSSP is and the typical fears and issues clients experience before they engage an MSSP. I'm your host Kelly Critelli, and with us today is Jerry Ravi, EisnerAmper's Partner in Charge of Process Risk and Technology Solutions, and Kevin Nikkhoo, CEO of Cloud Access. Jerry and Kevin, welcome and thanks for being here.
Jerry Ravi: Thank you, Kelly.
Kevin Nikkhoo: Thank you.

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