NEW BRITAIN, Conn. – Last month, Hospital for Special Care (HSC) kicked off its new Center for Cognitive Health with a reception at the hospital's New Britain campus. Kelser Corporation presented a check for $25,500 to support the new initiative raised at the 2018 Kelser Charity Challenge golf tournament held in September.
The 22nd Annual Kelser Charity Challenge will take place at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington, Connecticut, on September 11, 2018, to benefit the Hospital for Special Care's new Center for Cognitive Health, which is slated to open October 30th. The golf tournament is organized by Glastonbury-based technology consulting firm Kelser Corporation and will also feature a silent auction, dinner reception and "heli drop"--in which a helicopter will drop golf balls onto the course.
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RealClearLife, an online "guide to a life well lived," recently published an article called "25 Tips from Cybersecurity Experts on Protecting Your Data." The tips pull from experts from a wide range of backgrounds, including President George W Bush's White House CIO Theresa Payton and Kelser Vice President of Professional Services Matt Kozloski. Matt's quote points to one of our favorite tools: Cisco Umbrella, formerly known as OpenDNS:
Kelser Vice President of Professional Services Matt Kozloski returned to the 94.9 FM CBS Radio airwaves for another episode of Real Estate Radio. Using recent high profile hacks in Connecticut as a jumping off point, the hour-long conversation focused on hot topics in the tech world including Facebook privacy and the GDPR, ransomware, and phishing.
When news broke that $1.4 million had been lost in a breach of Connecticut's state-sponsored college savings fund, Connecticut CBS affiliate WFSB Channel 3 Eyewitness News reached out to Kelser to help viewers understand what happened.
Kelser's Andrew Tyler was interviewed by WFSB Channel 3 Eyewitness News at the Travelers Championship about providing IT for the tournament for over 20 years. Working in conjunction with vendors who wire and connect the course, Kelser provides the IT for the tournament staff, volunteers, ticketing, scoring and more.
The Rob Dibble Show on 97.9 ESPN Radio interviewed Kelser's Andrew Tyler about how the technology that runs the tournament has evolved over the 20+ years Kelser has been involved. They discussed what it takes to run reliable state-of-the-art IT for hundreds of people in an outdoor, temporary location, and Andrew offered a perspective on how the tournament has grown and evolved, describing how he helped the tournament transition to digital in the late '90s.
Kelser has worked with Hoffman Auto Group to update and optimize many of their systems, including cybersecurity. One of the last pieces to address for the well-known Connecticut auto dealer was cybersecurity awareness for its employees. In a story on their evening news, New Haven-based ABC affiliate WTNH showed how Kelser created a very convincing phishing email from a Hoffman executive to simulate a cyber attack on employees.