We discuss a managed security services provider (MSSP) case of a private equity firm through its IT asset discovery using technology standards.

Managed Security Services Provider - Use Cases


In our fourth episode of the Managed Security Services podcast, Jerry and Kevin highlight some of their most significant before and after cases of clients using MSSP. From a large healthcare company who needed visibility over their IT assets to a small private equity firm that wanted to better understand the risk posture of their portfolio companies, learn from these real life case studies.


Kelly Critelli: Hello and welcome back to EisnerAmper and Cloud Access podcast series where we're talking about managed security services providers (MSSPs). 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. In case you missed it, our last podcast dealt with the kind of reports a client should expect to receive and what they should do with that information once they obtain it. Jerry and Kevin, welcome and thanks for being here.
Jerry Ravi: Thank you, Kelly.
Kevin Nikkhoo: Thank you.

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