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A managed security services provider’s report should show all incident management events while making the audit process and security monitoring easier.

Managed Security Services Provider - Reports

   

In this third installment of the EisnerAmper/CloudAccess podcast on Managed Security Services, Jerry and Kevin address the static reports that your MSSP should be providing, what access you, as the company, should be able to access at any time and what you should be doing with the information you receive.


Transcript

Kelly Critelli: Hello and welcome back to the 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 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 what clients should do to prepare to engage with an MSSP. Jerry and Kevin, welcome and thanks for being here.
Jerry Ravi: Thank you Kelly.
Kevin Nikkhoo: Thank you.


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