PORTLAND, MAINE, February 3, 2023 — Systems Engineering, Inc, a leading provider of Managed IT and Security services in New England, announced Eric Tennyson has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer. Tennyson will continue to be responsible for all financial and operational matters, including the administration of the firm's Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).
From the desk of Stephen Foley, Security Manager...
As we head into the new year, it's important to remember that cybersecurity isn't just a concern for big corporations. You may be at risk of cybercrime and identity theft without even realizing it. That’s why it's so important to take steps to secure your devices — and yourself. Here are some easy ways to stay safe online and start your new year off securely:
Proactively defending against cyberattacks and incidents within your organization is the main goal of any good cybersecurity strategy. But what happens WHEN, not IF, your company experiences a cyber incident?
Shopping online has continually grown in popularity, especially when it comes to tracking down that hard-to-find item, and cybercriminals have certainly taken notice. According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), online shopping scams reported to their Scam Tracker have risen 87% since 2015.
PORTLAND, MAINE, November 16, 2022 — Systems Engineering, Inc. announced Jen Hughes has been appointed Director, People & Culture. Hughes joins the company's leadership team assuming responsibility for the organization's human resources function and employee-owner success.
It's been a little over a year since the official release of Windows 11 in October 2021. During this time, we have been deploying it to customers upon request, and our engineering teams have been assessing and monitoring the latest OS for stability and quality issues. We recently completed the evaluation and can report that our systems and services are now compatible with Microsoft Windows 11 for workstations, and ready to support our clients as they move onto this new OS.