Podcast: How MSPs Can Leverage End-to-End Visibility for Cybersecurity Best Practices

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Matt Miller, VP of product, Liongard

How can MSPs further automate their operations — while improving end-customer security? Liongard VP of Product Matt Miller shares some perspectives in this ChannelE2E podcast.

The conversation explores how MSPs can gain end-to-end visibility — from the end-point to the cloud. Armed with that information, MSPs can help customers to establish and maintain a “known good state” of security.

But that’s not all. Miller also dives into multiple macroeconomic trends, and the resulting challenges and opportunities for MSPs that truly master end-to-end visibility.


Here’s the podcast:


The podcast covers:

  • 0:00 – Introductions
  • 0:17 – Matt Miller’s background at Liongard, and his earlier work at an MSP.
  • 1:20 – Overview: How to align end-to-end visibility with security outcomes.
  • 2:12 – Establishing a “known good state” on security.
  • 2:58 – Defining “full stack” visibility: What it means for Liongard’s MSP partners.
  • 3:48 – How MSPs can leverage visibility to align with critical security controls and more.
  • 5:02 – How to leverage end-to-end visibility in a scalable way.
  • 8:05 – Larger macro trends and what the mean for security posture management.
  • 8:57 – Cyber trends for 2023: Cyber risk insurance, potential regulations and more.
  • 9:30 – Why MSPs are uniquely positioned to support SMBs — if the MSPs have the right skill sets.
  • 10:16 – Are MSPs making progress toward good standardized, defensible security posture?
  • 12:14 – How end-to-end visibility can truly help MSPs with automation: More examples.
  • 15:43 – How end-to-end visibility can drive revenue-centric conversations between MSPs and their customers.
  • 16:00 – Some more macro-economic trends and how this all comes together for MSPs.
  • 18:00 – First steps for MSPs that want more information from Liongard.
  • 20:02 – Conclusion.

 

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