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Kelser Blog, Media, and News

All the latest Kelser news, media appearances, event recaps, press releases, and articles covering topics such as cybersecurity, business continuity, disaster recovery, networking and managed services, in one convenient place.

Adam Stahl

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Cybersecurity | Business Continuity | Disaster Recovery | In the Media

By: Adam Stahl
September 5th, 2019

It’s been a difficult summer for Connecticut public schools when it comes to cybersecurity. In addition to the three Connecticut school districts hit by cyber attacks in late July, it recently came to light that the Wolcott public school district suffered a devastating ransomware attack months ago from which it has not fully recovered. No data was stolen, but a great deal of data was locked and held for ransom, much of which was not backed up. As a result, teachers are starting the new school year without key materials.

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Cybersecurity | In the Media

By: Adam Stahl
August 15th, 2019

In late July, three Connecticut school districts experienced or became aware of data breaches or cyberattacks. The school districts of New Haven, Wallingford, and Pomfret were affected. NBC Connecticut interviewed Kelser’s George W. Kudelchuk III for a story that covers each of the three school districts.

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News | Press Release

By: Adam Stahl
August 9th, 2019

Glastonbury, CT, August 9, 2019 - Kelser Corp announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company®, has named Kelser to its 2019 Fast Growth 150 list. The list recognizes the fastest-growing technology integrators, solution providers, and IT consultants in North America.

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Cybersecurity | In the Media | News

By: Adam Stahl
August 8th, 2019

Less than 12 hours after the massive Capital One data breach was announced on a Monday night, Kelser CTO Jonathan Stone was on the phone with a reporter from The Washington Post helping break down the role of cloud storage in the story. In the days that followed, Kelser experts were on all four local Connecticut TV networks to provide perspective on this breach.

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News | Press Release

By: Adam Stahl
July 24th, 2019

Glastonbury, CT - Kelser Corporation announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Kelser to its 2019 Solution Provider 500 list.

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News | Press Release

By: Adam Stahl
May 14th, 2019

Kelser is proud to announce that Jim Parise has been promoted to president. In 21 years with the company, Parise was previously vice president of professional services and an enterprise solutions executive. He was instrumental in launching Kelser's suite of professional services such as Cybersecurity-as-a-Service and technology lifecycle management.

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Cybersecurity

By: Adam Stahl
May 8th, 2019

If you're a supplier, contractor or subcontractor with the federal government, you or your colleagues have no doubt heard of NIST 800-171. If you haven't, check out "Everything You Need to Know About NIST 800-171." for all of the details, and how it may affect your business contracts.

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Cybersecurity | Executive Consulting

By: Adam Stahl
May 2nd, 2019

It seems like large-scale data breaches that expose thousands upon millions of records are regrettably becoming commonplace today. Protecting your personal and business data should be a priority for anyone that has ever entered information into a web form. Without taking proper steps to secure your data like login credentials, you could make yourself vulnerable to anything from phishing attacks to full account takeover (or even worse). Even a single breach can cost a business upwards of $2.3 million per attack (not to mention the costs related to things like the damage to your reputation) and personal accounts risk losing personal finances, priceless memories (like photos and videos), and more. One of the most basic ways to improve cybersecurity is to make sure you're following best practices for your passwords.