78% of MSPs agree: Cybersecurity is a major IT challenge

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– 78% of MSPs consider cybersecurity to be their greatest challenge, up from 67% the previous year.

– Cybersecurity is a top revenue driver for 73% of MSPs.

– Over half of surveyed MSPs report that small and medium-sized businesses have seen fewer cyberattacks due to improved security measures.

A recent report by Kaseya highlights the growing concern of cybersecurity among managed service providers (MSPs). According to the report, 78% of MSPs see cybersecurity as their primary challenge, showing an increase from the previous year. This emphasizes the need for organizations to invest in cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions and talent to protect against emerging threats.

Furthermore, the report indicates that cybersecurity is a key revenue driver for MSPs, with 73% stating its importance in driving profits. Additionally, over half of the surveyed MSPs have observed fewer cyberattacks targeting small and medium-sized businesses, attributing it to improved security measures taken by these organizations.

Small and medium-sized businesses are also increasingly concerned about cybersecurity, with 46% of MSPs reporting that their customers frequently request information on cybersecurity best practices. This highlights the need for businesses of all sizes to prioritize cybersecurity measures to protect against potential threats.

In conclusion, the report underscores the critical importance of cybersecurity in today’s digital landscape, urging organizations to invest in robust cybersecurity strategies to safeguard against evolving cyber threats.

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