How do you assess and align security-as-a-service to your cybersecurity risk profile? Security-as-a-service is the extension of regular technology team tools by proxy of an expert, security-focused team with a global perspective on the complex field of cybersecurity.
For some insight on what’s happening in the IT sector and how organizations can benefit from working with a managed services provider, we spoke with Mindsight’s CIO/COO and IT industry veteran Tad Gralewski.
Businesses today extend IT teams to remain agile in the face of constant changes in the technology market, leaning on partners to fill gaps and provide consultative expertise.
Why don’t enough business leaders take cybersecurity seriously — especially in this age of remote work, when it’s more crucial than ever? Mindsight’s Mishaal Khan shares his thoughts on how companies should proceed in a post COVID era.
Today’s IT strategists know that data security threats cannot be ignored. According to AV-Test, a security research firm, there are over 350,000 new malware programs every day.
It is critical that IT invests in cyber resiliency, so that when a security event occurs – and it will – the data on which the business relies is protected.
Find out how SMBs leverage managed services to reduce costs and security risks, optimize processes, and stay in compliance with regulations.
The percentage of women in tech has long been disproportionately small. Find out where we are currently, and how far we have to go to close the gender gap.
COVID or no COVID, the benefits for migrating to the cloud are many. Mindsight’s Eric White breaks down the reasons why you should consider migrating sooner rather than later.
We like to feature a Mindsight employee in our blog as often as possible. Our people are our most valuable assets – and our success is due to their knowledge, work-ethic, commitment, and focus on our clients’ successes. Today’s “Meet the Expert” spotlight is on Brian Lareau.
Cybercriminals are targeting SMBs because so many of those SMBs think they’ll never be targeted. Consequently, they see little or no need for robust cybersecurity protection. It’s an antiquated and enormously risky mindset that confounds cybersecurity experts. And it’s something that needs to be remedied.