Will liability waivers help when clients won’t pay for cybersecurity

The rise in cberthreats requires MSPs to make the cybersecurity of their clients a top priority. But what happens when an existing client or a prospect doesn’t think their business is at risk – and they don’t want to enforce the policies or pay for preventative measures you know will keep them secure?

Many experts recommend using liability waivers to reduce the risk to your business when stubborn clients refuse to get on board with security. Sometimes, just presenting a waiver can get clients to realize the severity of the risk.