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Awarded Top 5 Fastest Growing Company in Rhode Island by Providence Business News

Top 5 Fastest Growing Company in Rhode Island by Providence Business News

We’re proud to announce Providence Business News has ranked in the Top 5 Fastest Growing Company Category for 2018.

Twenty local companies have earned a spot on PBN’s list of Fastest Growing Private Companies, along with 13 enterprises chosen among the state’s most innovative companies in the 2018 edition of PBN’s Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies program.

We’ll be joining the additional honorees on September 25th at the Crowne Plaza for the final top rankings in each of the revenue caterogies. This will be PBN’s 7th Annual Fastest Growing & Most Innovative Companies Awards Dinner & Ceremony. Congratulations to all the honorees! And thank you Providence Business News!

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Shop in RI

Awarded 2018’s Finest IT / Cyber Security Firm

We would like to thank Shop in RI magazine for selecting as Rhode Island’s 2018 Finest IT / Cyber Security Firm. Shop in RI awards the top notable companies in New England, each year. This year’s event will be held at the Venus DeMilo on October 25th, 2018.

Shop in RI published a two page article as well in their Monthly Shop in RI Magazine August Edition. They touch upon how important cyber security is for your business / brand reputation and how can assist your organization.

August 2018 – Article 
Shop in RI
Shop in RI Magazine
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World Trade Day x Bryant University – World Trade Day 2018

World Trade Day 2018 Will Address Technology in Global Trade at Bryant University is proud to announce our technology team will be attending and speaking at the 33rd Annual World Trade Day: Technology in Global Trade on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. World Trade Day is presented by the John H. Chafee Center for International Business and is one of the region’s largest international business conferences, with more than 500 industry leaders and business executives expected to attend.

As Bryant University states – “Each year at World Trade Day, keynote speakers, workshops, and panel discussions provide high-level insights and thought-provoking discussions on future trends and economic drivers. With this year’s focus on Technology in Global Trade, experts will discuss innovations in manufacturing including robotics, drones, and other technological advancements. Attendees will learn about the use of big data and analytics to drive strategic decision making, as well as ethical considerations in data mining practices. Other featured topics include block chain technology, cybersecurity, and global logistics.”

World Trade Day 2018

Our topic / focus will touch upon:

  • Security & Compliance Management
  • Complete IT / Risk Assessments
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Protection
  • and More

In closing, the goal of World Trade Day is to bring together experts and leaders to share knowledge, vision, and opportunities for growth and success within the global marketplace. That’s why has been invited to advise on the complex issues associated with both personal and sensitive business data, including its collection, use, storage, disclosure, transfer and destruction.

If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact us or comment below.

Thank you.

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Reduce Human Error in your business

Human Error: Understand the IT Threat

With over 90% of all cyber security breaches due to human error, it’s safe to say that mistakes in the workplace are more than costly. So what mishaps are your end users making, and what exactly are the repercussions to your organization? 


Many of the successful security attacks from external attackers who are preying on human weakness, waiting patiently for employees to be lured into providing access to sensitive information. Their human errors can be incredibly costly, especially since the insiders involved have access to a host of sensitive data.

One of the greatest impacts of a successful security breach is the exposure of this kind of information, loss of intellectual property and the infection of malware.

The Threat of Human Error


One of the most common mistakes made by employees, is sending sensitive documents to unintended recipients. This is relatively easy to solve when deploying security controls to monitor sensitive information being leaked from your organization.

These controls were once considered complex to deploy, but have now been made considerably easier to implement by vendors in recent years. This has dramatically reduced the level of user involvement required and increased the use of such controls.

These tools can also:

  • Prevent users from engaging in inappropriate behavior
  • Eliminate sending documents home via email, placing them on file-sharing sites or removable media such as USB sticks

See how the growing culture of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) exposes additional major concerns, especially with the risk of lost or stolen mobile devices. Again, technology vendors are available to help companies control what happens to data stored on such devices, even allowing sensitive data to be remotely wiped – so that it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.

Even the most trusted and highly skilled employees run major risks of human error. System and network administrators are commonly guilty of incorrect system configurations, poor patch management practices and the use of default names and passwords. There are numerous security controls that organizations can explore to guard against these types of threats.

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