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What Have You Done for Me Lately: Communicating the Value of Cybersecurity in Your QBRs

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Leading a quarterly business review (QBR) is a great way to reinforce the value of your products and services to your clients.

But when it comes to cybersecurity, no news is good news. So how do you communicate that in your QBR?  

To get some tried-and-true advice, we’re bringing together two experts. Join Alex Farling of Lifecycle Insights and Ethan Tancredi of Huntress as they explore:

  • How to get more out of your QBRs and how to get started if you need some guidance
  • How to answer the question, “we haven’t been hacked, what am I paying you for?”
  • How to include the hot topic of cyber insurance into your client conversations

Mark your calendar and get ready to learn how to have meaningful QBRs that won’t leave clients wondering, “what have you done for me lately?”

Event Speakers

ALEX FARLING

ALEX FARLING

CO-FOUNDER & CHANNEL CHIEF, LIFECYCLE INSIGHTS

ETHAN TANCREDI

ETHAN TANCREDI

SALES ENGINEER, HUNTRESS

Learn how to have meaningful QBRs that won’t leave clients wondering, “what have you done for me lately?”

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Learn how to have meaningful QBRs that won’t leave clients wondering, “what have you done for me lately?”

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