MSPs should offer vulnerability scanning as a service, Rapidfire Tools

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MSPs should offer vulnerability scanning as a service, Rapidfire Tools
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MSPs should offer vulnerability scanning as a service, Rapidfire Tools

Managed vulnerability scanning is growing at 50% year-on-year as threats rise

In a presentation at the Computing DeskFlix Cloud Automation event last week, Mark Winter, VP Product at RapidFire Tools, made the case for managed services providers adding vulnerability scanning ...

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