Rival nations and cybercriminals relentlessly target DoD supply chain organizations. That's why CMMC compliance is a necessary and reimbursable expense.
LaScala was founded in 2010 with a mission: to support client success by delivering managed IT and security solutions with dedication, compassion, and best-in-class customer service.
Contractors in the lucrative DoD supply chain are tasked with updating cybersecurity protocols. Failing to meet deadlines will result in lost revenues.
With the new DoD cybersecurity enhancements approaching, small and mid-sized contractors have a big decision to make. Either outsource and comply, or leave.
The DoD continues to update cybersecurity certification. Although national security is necessary, contractors must find cost-effective ways to compete.
Hiring and training an internal technology person or department can become quite expensive, especially if you’re a growing company that has a complex technology environment. Outsourcing your information technology management, on the other hand, gives you more control over the expenses associated with taking care of your infrastructure.
If they’re not communicating with you on a regular basis about what they’re doing, it’s time to ask some important questions. Otherwise, you might be one phishing attempt or failed server away from hours of costly downtime.
You can’t depend on reactive support to keep you operating efficiently in a competitive marketplace. An IT company should be doing everything in their power to PREVENT issues from happening in the first place.
Is there anything more important than innovation in the realm of information technology? Businesses that embrace technological innovation are able to better exchange information, make informed decisions, and ultimately, better serve their customers.
Cybersecurity and managed financial IT services can have a transformative effect on businesses of all sizes. These are critical next steps to consider.