For over twenty-one years CIS’ philosophy and culture of “It’s All About the Client” has resulted in a fanatical devotion to developing long-term mutually beneficial customer relationships. CIS maintains a sterling reputation for technical excellence throughout all divisions, with a particular renown for expertise in Identity and Access Management, Network Security, Enterprise Cloud Migrations, and IP Telephony. CIS' annual client retention rate, which has exceeded 90% every year since the firm was founded in 1995, is a testament to the expertise and dedication that allow CIS to become the trusted technology partner for our clients.
From simple staff augmentation to taking on the IT support for an entire organization, Managed Services and Remote Helpdesks.
The CIS team designs and builds highly complex endpoint and device management solutions
On-premises and cloud-based IP Telephony systems that provide a robust feature-set and the flexibility.
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If that headline makes no sense, you may not have been following CyberSecurity news closely enough! The weeks since October 24th have seen 2017s 3rd major propagation of a piece of Ransomware, as a modified version of Not Petya, named Bad Rabbit, has spread throughout much of Europe and Asia.
From cleaning the gutters to re-sealing the deck every two Springs to getting your oil changed, nobody enjoys the routine maintenance that comes with life. The same is true for many Administrators and ongoing maintenance, particularly when it comes to Patches.
Regardless of the amount of money spent on firewalls, intrusion detection, log management, compliance, and network vulnerability testing, security surveys are unanimous that end-user actions are directly responsible for more than 80% of global security breaches. Whether direct or indirect, intentional or accidental, end-users are reliable only in that they expose their employers to massive security risks. Because of this, diligence is required in making sure your users understand the corporate risks inherent to a data breach, and what they as individuals and as a collective can do to prevent such unauthorized access.
Unlike many common vulnerabilities, "Meltdown" and "Spectre" reside at the chip level, exploiting foundational aspects of how processors work, potentially impacting computing hardware worldwide. Project Zeros research suggest that Meltdown potentially affects every Intel processor made since 1995.
As a Premiere Micro Focus Identity and Access Partner, CIS is excited to announce that we will be hosting a webinar on December 5th, from 12:30 to 1:30pm EST, to formally introduce our Managed Services offering for Micro Focus NetIQ Identity and Access Management Solutions.
At 12:37AM EST on October 16th, 2017, ARS Technica disclosed to the World a "new" flaw in a wireless protocol (communication language). They call it KRACK ("Key Reinstallation Attacks"). This vulnerability theoretically makes it possible for attackers to eavesdrop Wi-Fi traffic passing between computers and access points.
A founding philosophy at CIS is to provide excellence in every conceivable role. CIS goes to great lengths to ensure that each member of the CIS team exudes courtesy and confidence. Each CIS team is managed by a Practice Director, who is typically responsible for architecting and designing projects, interfacing with clients in conjunction with the assigned project manager, and providing high-level management, as needed.
CIS Executives are directly involved in the daily aspects of the firm's business, providing direct management of client accounts and operations, as well as oversight to accounts that are managed by CIS Reps. This approach helps ensure that clients have a true voice in what is done, with feedback going directly to management and ownership, making CIS shockingly responsive to client needs.
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