thinkCSC has developed new levels of security monitoring for clients – increased levels of monitoring and detection that are designed to help keep organizations – and their data – even safer than it already is.
Columbus, Ohio – September 2017. Following National Institute of Security & Technology (NIST) standards, thinkCSC has introduced Managed Security Services – increased levels of monitoring and detection designed to keep organizations – and their data – safer.
“Organizations are understandably feeling anxiety and pressure to stay up to date on rapidly-changing technologies and remain safe in a world of potential cyberattacks and other serious data-management issues,” explained thinkCSC President Tom Hastings. “Historically, companies could cope with such issues by employing back-up hardware systems and striving to account for potential natural disasters that might interrupt normal data access, storage, and management. That approach is no longer sufficient.”
Citing the recent devastation caused by ransomware like WannaCry, which spread to 99 countries and 170 million computers in less than 24 hours after its release, thinkCSC has partnered with organizations to navigate critical risk areas and find the best customized solutions for every organization.
“Becoming cybersecure is a daunting task, especially for business leaders who feel inadequate regarding the current technological transformations that are sweeping across the landscape,” explained Hastings. “Fortunately, thinkCSC is available as a partner in this vital effort, ensuring that non-profits, businesses of all sizes, government agencies, and schools can plan properly for the present and the future.”
thinkCSC is in the business of helping our clients exceed their organizational goals by making wise and customized IT decisions in the most economical way. Since 1992, they have provided client-focused CIO/CTO/vCIO guidance and proactive IT services to clients. thinkCSC is more than a group of talented IT experts you can rely on; they are your full-service Chief Technology Office.