Managed Service Providers

MSP Security Program & Support

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are used by many small and medium sized businesses to remotely manage IT infrastructures, maintain cyber security posture, and other related business operations. As a result, MSPs have become an attractive target for threat actors, especially as it relates to Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs). The vulnerability of an MSP to cyber threat increases the vulnerability of the businesses that it supports. Therefore, it is crucial that MSPs are equipped with the bandwidth and expertise to proactively implement dynamic cyber security solutions in scale.

GoldSky Cyber Security engineers are equipped with the capacity to provide customizable cybersecurity reference models that MSPs can utilize to fit their cybersecurity program needs. Our industry-specific guidance to MSPs also includes how to improve a cyber security posture via the automated implementation of secure IT architectures and industry compliance frameworks that reduce vulnerabilities to attacks, such as denial-of-service, ransomware, phishing, and other related MSP-centric attacks and incidents.

The Industry Certified Security Engineers at Goldsky are leaders in providing critical cyber security evaluation for MSPs in major cities across the United States, including Denver, Orlando, Nashville, Washington DC, and more. We provide MSPs with informed guidance that enables the adoption of cybersecurity technologies, techniques, and practices that result in the development of a cyber security hygiene for themselves and their SMB customers.

Security Program Offering

  • SSAE18 Auditing and Standardization (Soc1, Soc2, Soc3)
  • Security Architecture Model Development
    (testing, evaluation, and mapping)
  • Disaster Recovery Implementation
  • Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis
  • SIEM tools integration
  • Network Vulnerability and Threat Management
  • Security Breach Response and Notification
  • MITRE ATT&CK Framework – Advanced Persistent
    Threat Mapping
  • Automated Vulnerability Scanning and Penetration
  • Security Tool and Device Management – full maintenance,
    patching and updates, rule changes

Managed Service Providers Blog

  • Defining Vulnerabilities, Threats, and Risks

    With malicious actors expanding their footprints into uncharted territories, it has become increasingly significant for SMBs and SMEs to understand emerging vulnerabilities, threats, and risks as well as defining defensive countermeasures to help protect critical information assets while maintaining a positive cost-benefit posture. Onboarding a competent security solution provider, such as GoldSky Security, adds a

  • Vulnerability Management For Virtualized Environments

    Building Risk Profile For Virtual Workers The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a game-changer, as it relates to the movement of people, goods, and services. Businesses across every industry are experiencing an evolution with the virtualized business operation model. This evolution has showcased the inevitable necessity of cloud computing, while uncovering newer threats and

  • How To Select A Security Solution Provider With A Comprehensive Cybersecurity Framework

    Enterprise Information Security and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) Organizations are heavily invested in cybersecurity controls, aimed at securing the evolving attack surfaces within enterprise computing environments. While the majority of said investments are focused on corrective, preventive, and detective security controls, a comprehensive cybersecurity framework is critical to defining security posture and increasing resilience in

  • New York’s New Data Security Requirements Are Now In Effect

    This is a reminder that the data security requirements set in place by New York’s SHIELD Act went into effect on March 21, 2020. If your business operates in New York or even just has access to client data based in New York, you need to be compliant. Here’s what it means for you. What’s


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