EisnerAmper’s Managed Security Services Provider Podcast addresses the best practices, risk assessment, data loss and audit management.

Managed Security Services Provider - Best Practices


The final installment of EisnerAmper/CloudAccess’ Managed Security Services Podcast addresses the best practices in security management. Jerry will cover setting and monitoring preventative and detective controls, as well as governance, risk assessment, data loss, vendor management, cultural awareness and incident response. Kevin will address the various tools companies use to manage security and the importance of integrating all of those applications for management and audit.


Kelly Critelli: Hello and welcome to the EisnerAmper and Cloud Access podcast series where we're discussing the use of 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 last time, we talked about some MSSP before-and-after client stories. Today, we're going to talk about best practices in the managed security space. Jerry and Kevin, welcome and thanks for being here.
Jerry Ravi: Thank you, Kelly.

Kevin Nikkhoo: Thank you.

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