Do RMM Tools Pose a Security Risk?

Using RMM tools do pose a lot of risks. But MSPs can not do without them when it comes to remotely monitoring their client networks. Therefore while choosing RMM tools to add to your MSP package, ensure they possess the following features which drastically reduce the dangers RMM tools pose to your network security.

  • Two-Factor Authentication: ensure your RMM tool supports 2-factor authentication. This will ensure that the software can not exploited easily.

If this sounds like too much technical jargon and too much work for you, then you can instead opt for reputable Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) Service providers like Comodo ONE, which has been around for a long time and has a good following in the market. 

A part of the Comodo One group of products, Comodo RMM is available absolutely free of charge and comes with important MSP tools like Service Desk and Patch Management, also available for free! To learn more about Comodo One MSP, visit: To sign up, visit:

  • Released: 12/12/2017
  • Updated: 12/12/2017



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