Cybersecurity is a “nice-to-have” no more

New privacy regulations are making cybersecurity a necessity

Let’s start with the good news. Many states within the USA are implementing privacy regulations to protect our individual data. As individuals, this is good for us. Finally, companies will face serious consequences in the form of substantial fines for collecting more information than they disclosed, for sharing our information without our explicit consent, or for failing to take reasonable measures to protect our information.

Employee Spotlight: Jeremy Martin

How did you start your career in IT?

I started as a work study at the college I attended. Before graduation I was hired full time and spent the next 19 years working there.

What are the biggest challenges in your work?

Finding the balance between projects, client related-needs, and other competing resources.

Employee Spotlight: Nick Knowlton

My official title is VP of Business Development which means that I am responsible for all aspects of Sales & Marketing here at RoundTable.

What do you ACTUALLY do at our company?

Develop sales & marketing collateral, prospecting, write proposals, define our service offerings, contract review & whatever else necessary to WIN more business!

Employee Spotlight: John McNamara

How did you start your career in IT?

At 18 Years old, I joined the Air Force under the Cyber Communications division.

Things I keep on my desk: Headphones, wallet, flashlight, Almonds, ear muffs, sunglasses, BBQ sauce, Shampoo.. (how did this get here) light-bulbs, and 3 Pokemon cards. Don’t forget the chapstick.

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