From MSP to MSSP: Seizing the Managed Security Opportunity
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Business is under attack. Hackers are constantly introducing new malware variants and identifying network vulnerabilities to exploit, and as the threat landscape expands and grows more dangerous, a strong security posture has never been more critical. But most organizations can’t do it on their own — which creates a substantial opportunity for MSPs to add value and forge a profitable path into the future.
Join Channel Futures contributor Pedro Pereira and Tracy Holtz, Director, Security Solutions at Tech Data for an insightful discussion on how MSPs can advance their business to the next level by incorporating managed security services into their portfolio. Learn how turning your MSP business into an MSSP:
- Generates new business opportunities
- Creates lucrative new revenue streams
- Cements long-term customer relationships
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Pedro Pereira, Channel Futures contributor
Pedro Pereira has worked with some of the biggest names in IT publishing, including Ziff Davis, Penton, and Informa, as well as the top IT marketing agencies and some of the best-known technology vendors. He was a pioneer in writing and editing copy about managed services and cloud computing, and has expanded his areas of expertise over the years to include M2M, big data, IoT, cyber security, mobility, BYOD and other technology trends.
Tracy Holtz, Director, Security Solutions, Tech Data
Tracy Holtz is a Director of Security Solutions in Tech Data’s Security Organization. She joined Tech Data in December of 1996 and brings over 22 years of strategic channel knowledge to the team. Tracy is responsible for Tech Data’s US Security Vendor Management strategy and business. Tracy began her career in the IT industry when she joined Trans World Electronics in 1993 and held positions in finance and purchasing. Tracy has been leading security and cloud vendor go to market strategies and sales since 2001 holding positions of Product Manager, Sr. Product Manager, Marketing Manager, and Sr. Marketing Manager.