Security, compatibility, and compliance are the biggest threats that result from not keeping your technology current, also known as technical debt. These problems can occur by running software and hardware past the point of manufacturer support, putting your business at unnecessary risk.
Have you decided to relocate some or all of your organization's infrastructure to a cloud services provider (CSP) such as Microsoft, Google, or Amazon? If so, the next step is to consider who will serve as your cloud migration service partner. The right consultant can get you to the cloud securely and cost-effectively while enhancing performance. But ... not all cloud migration service partners are created equal.
As many applications now live in the cloud, it’s easy to lose sight of basic network hygiene. One might assume that patching has become less critical now that more data lives in replicated cloud storage environments. You may also think that using the latest cloud security tools, like multi-factor authentication (MFA), is enough to keep you protected from increasing cyberattacks.
Recent world events involving domestic cyberthreats and debilitating ransomware attacks on critical U.S. infrastructure have prompted private corporations and the government alike to place a renewed urgency on cybersecurity and network defense measures.
Designation gives New England based IT provider the ability to assist U.S. defense contractors and subcontractors with Department of Defense security compliance requirements.
PORTLAND, MAINE, March 25, 2022 —Systems Engineering, Inc announced Erik P. Thomas has been promoted to Director of Advisory Services effective immediately. Thomas joins the company's leadership team assuming greater responsibility for Systems Engineering's technology consulting practice, governance, risk, and compliance offerings.
In recent weeks, The White House held a cybersecurity press briefing with the Deputy National Security Advisor (NSA) for Cyber and Emerging Technologies, who urged "private sector partners to take immediate action to shore up their defenses against potential cyberattacks." This comes after earlier warnings from The White House for heightened awareness surrounding Russian cyberattacks.