In July the World Economic Forum (WEF) delivered a paper1 that argued for putting the muscle of investment into shifting the cybersecurity landscape. WEF/Marsh & McLennan reports2 that among weapons of mass destruction and natural disasters, cyberattacks are seventh in likelihood and eighth in impact as the greatest threats to global prosperity.
January 14, 2020. The day Win7 died. Really it’s the day Microsoft stopped issuing free security updates and support for the nearly 11-year-old OS. No more patches. No more tech support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008/2008 R2.
And gathered among us are some who are denying the inevitable: migrating to Windows 10. A world without patches is no place to secure your business’s data. Windows desktop OS vulnerabilities have almost doubled the past six years. 1 And one-in-three breaches 2 caused globally is due to an unpatched vulnerability. A breach could mean curtains for your business: the average cost of a data breach in 2018 was $3.86 million (each lost or stolen record averaged out to $148). Consider the risks in remaining without security updates.
Lucas Belo has been recently hired as a Technician at Bryley Systems. His key contributions at Bryley include configuration of laptops/desktops to client specifications as well as deployments at client sites.
“I’ve been interested in all things computers since I was a kid” said Lucas. “I am always ready to learn new and more efficient ways to get something done.” As a graduate of Joseph Keefe Technical High School in Framingham, Mr. Belo has hands-on IT training and a genuine enthusiasm for problem solving along with exceptional customer service skills. He is a very sociable person who works well with others and we are pleased that Lucas has joined the Bryley technical team.