When a firewall is working, it’s the last thing on your mind. But, did you know that most firewalls have a lifespan of three to five years?
When you think about cybersecurity, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Passwords?
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Remote work has been a hot topic for about a year and a half now. While many initially thought of it as a temporary alternative that became necessary due to the pandemic, it’s looking more and more like it’s here to stay.
You come in to work bright and early, ready to tackle the day, but you can’t connect to the internet. Or you open Excel to update your company’s Very Important Spreadsheet and find it missing.
This summer marks 40 years in business for Kelser. I’m immensely proud of our sustained success. But to be honest, I almost hesitate to bring up the milestone.
There's a well-documented lack of qualified cybersecurity and IT professionals these days. The Hartford Business Journal recently interviewed me for an article titled, With uptick in attacks, demand for hard-to-find cybersecurity talent grows.
We get it: finding an IT consultant or managed service provider (MSP) can be stressful. You’re likely at a place where the technology in your environment isn’t working as you need it to. Or perhaps you're in a more dire situation such as following a cyber attack, data breach, natural, or other disasters. Between cold emails from possible partners, Google searches, industry referrals, and advertisements, narrowing your search can be overwhelming.
You’ve likely heard about or experienced the effects of the global supply chain disruption that we’re living through.