As an MSP, navigating the constantly evolving cyber threat landscape on behalf of your clients can sometimes feel like trying to pilot through a turbulent storm. Fortunately, you don’t have to fly blind.


The Cybersecurity Framework, developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), guides organizations to better understand, manage, and reduce cyber risks by providing a holistic set of industry-accepted best practices, guidelines, and standards. Although voluntary, organizations of all sizes and industries have adopted it as a gold standard, and it continues to be updated and refined through expert input and public feedback.

“The [NIST Framework] is an example of a security baseline that has proven to be effective.”

Aligning your MSP Practice to the 


Aligning your MSP practice to the five Functions of the widely adopted NIST Framework helps ensure that your services and solutions have comprehensive coverage across the full lifecycle of cyber risk management.
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8 Ways to use the

NIST Cybersecurity Framework with Your Clients

By using the NIST Framework as a tool to navigate cyber risk management, you can help your clients prioritize their efforts, maximize their investments, and minimize the impact of attacks.

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