How to Create Cybersecurity Reports for MSPs

MSPs can use a strong cybersecurity report to relay security findings to their clients. These reports enable them to assist clients in reducing their risk of being exposed to cyber threats and establish trust with their stakeholders. There are a few best practices to follow when creating cybersecurity reports that will effectively communicate security vulnerabilities to the stakeholders.

A cybersecurity report should start by identifying the biggest weaknesses and their effects on the organization. This will help you determine the most critical threats and provide your clients with a an understanding of their overall risk.

The second reason is that your cybersecurity report should provide insight into the difficulties of exploiting each vulnerability. This can be done by using metrics such as CVSS scores, the number of occurrences and the length of time the vulnerabilities have been active.

Thirdly, you should include in your cybersecurity report how you are taking action to address the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest threat to your client’s operations. This can be achieved by presenting a summary of the remediation steps you’ve taken in order to address the risks, and also their effectiveness. Finally, it is important to present a comparative analysis of your client’s security position to the security posture of their peers in the industry. ConnectWise’s Service Leadership Index is a great tool to do this.

A cyber board report can be a complex document that requires lots of effort and time to create. However, by following these suggestions and taking advantage of a system that automates the process of obtaining information from multiple tools and making it available in a structured manner that will make your cyber security reporting tasks more efficient and smooth.


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