To optimize security spend, avoid IT budget cuts with long-term implications and risk.
Today’s business environment is creating unprecedented financial challenges for MSPs and clients alike. Your executives may ask you to justify your IT and cybersecurity budget, or even provide cost-cutting recommendations. Your response to requests to justify security spend directly impacts the bottom line and sets the stage for the future.
Here are five steps to optimize your IT security spend for short and long-term impact:
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“Prepared organizations emerge from crises stronger and more competitive.”
Max Hammond / Senior Director Analyst
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Learn more in the Netsurion blog “ IT Security: How Much Should You Spend” to understand how to balance risk management and business growth.
It’s important to strike the right balance between reactively cutting costs and proactively preparing for business ramp up and recovery. Assess your existing IT and cybersecurity spend while looking for short- and long-term savings as you enable future growth initiatives. Learn how SOCaaS from Netsurion increases cybersecurity and saves money.
This guest blog is part of a Channel Futures sponsorship.
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