IT assets are the gears that keep modern organizations running. But as organizations grow and embrace all kinds of productivity-enhancing technologies, such as cloud and mobile computing, it becomes easy to lose track of them and, consequently, fail to comply with regulations and license agreements, which is where IT asset management comes in.
The CMMC Accreditation Board (CMMC-AB) has approved Aligned Technology Solutions as a Registered Provider Organization (RPO)
Aligned Technology Solutions (ATS), a top ranked managed IT services provider headquartered in the Washington DC Region, is pleased to announce the CMMC-AB, has approved it as an RPO. This achievement officially marks the entry of ATS into the CMMC ecosystem and is part of the firm’s ongoing expansion of offerings to defense contractors and […]
The Defense Supply Chain (DSC) is exposed to increasingly sophisticated cyber threats coming from nation-states and non-state actors alike. To better protect it, The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (OUSD(A&S)) developed the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), unifying various cybersecurity practices into a single standard and creating a new […]
Ransomware attacks have become a common cybersecurity threat organizations have to defend themselves against. Those who fail can lose access to critical data and be pressured into paying a ransom to regain access to it. That’s bad news for all organizations, but especially for SMBs with limited budgets, considering that the average ransomware payment rose 33 […]
Aligned Technology Solutions Expands Leadership Team with Seasoned IT Managed Services Professionals
Aligned Technology Solutions announced the recent addition of three accomplished veterans of the Managed Service provider (MSP) industry to its leadership team. The new members include a VP of Service Delivery, VP Cybersecurity & Compliance and Director of Helpdesk Operations.
Even today, it’s still possible to find small-business owners who believe that cybercriminals target only large enterprises with massive quantities of data on their servers and equally large piles of money in their bank accounts. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been the case for quite some time.
Organizations of all sizes have been forced to make cybersecurity one of their top priorities because the alternative is a costly data breach. What the same organizations often don’t realize, however, is that one of the biggest threats is lurking in the shadows of their own networks, on workstations and personal devices of their employees.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is facing increasingly complex cybersecurity threats that threaten not only the defense industrial base (DIB) but also the security of the entire nation, as well as its allies and partners. To enhance its cybersecurity posture, the DoD is migrating to a new set of cybersecurity standards, the Cybersecurity Maturity […]
According to the latest Official Cybercrime Report published by Cybersecurity Ventures, cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. The sharp increase can be attributed to our growing reliance on digital technology, which motivates cybercriminals to find new ways to exploit businesses and the people they employ.