How to Create Cybersecurity Reports for MSPs

MSPs can utilize a robust cybersecurity report to communicate security findings to their clients. These reports enable them to assist clients in reducing their risk of being exposed to cyber-related threats and build trust with their stakeholders. When it comes time to create cybersecurity reports, there are a few best practices to be followed to effectively communicate security vulnerabilities with stakeholders.

The first thing a cybersecurity report must do is identify the most serious vulnerabilities and their effects on the organization. This will allow your clients to prioritize the most important threats to tackle and give them a clear picture of their overall risk profile.

Second, your cybersecurity report needs to provide insight into how difficult it is to exploit each vulnerability. This can be achieved by using metrics like CVSS scores, the number of occurrences and the length of the vulnerability’s existence.

The third point is to include in your cybersecurity report the ways you are fixing the weaknesses that pose the greatest threat to your client’s operations. This can be achieved by presenting a report on the remediation steps you’ve taken to reduce the risks, and also their effectiveness. It is also crucial to compare the security measures of your client with the security posture of other companies in their industry. ConnectWise’s Service Leadership Index is a great resource to use for this.

A cyber board report is a difficult document that requires an enormous amount of effort and time to create. By following these steps and using a platform which can automate the collection of data from a variety of tools, and presents it in a structured manner it can make the reporting of cyber security more efficient and easier to manage.

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