KPInterface Expands Offerings with New Cybersecurity Division – MyChesCo

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LIMERICK, PA — KPInterface (KPI), a prominent technology service provider, has announced the introduction of its Managed Cybersecurity Services Division, marking a significant enhancement to its business portfolio aimed at safeguarding companies in an era where cyber threats loom larger than ever.

The digital landscape is rapidly changing, bringing with it an increased risk of cyberattacks that can disrupt operations and compromise sensitive data. KPI’s newly established division seeks to address these challenges head-on by delivering a suite of comprehensive cybersecurity services tailored to the needs of modern businesses.

The offerings include Managed Cybersecurity as a Service, which provides ongoing monitoring and management of cybersecurity threats, Vulnerability Assessment to identify security weaknesses, Risk Assessment for evaluating potential IT system risks, and Penetration Testing to gauge the strength of security defenses. Additionally, the division will assist companies in achieving compliance with industry regulations, developing security policies and procedures, and providing vCISO (virtual Chief Information Security Officer) services for strategic cybersecurity guidance.

Brian Pickell, Co-Founder and CEO of KPInterface, emphasized the importance of digital asset protection, stating, “Our mission with this new division is to ensure our clients’ operations remain secure and uninterrupted by managing their cybersecurity needs with expert precision.”

This expansion reflects KPInterface’s commitment to evolving alongside technological advancements and addressing the growing demand for robust cybersecurity solutions in the business sector. With this move, KPInterface positions itself as a trusted partner for companies looking to fortify their defenses against the burgeoning threat landscape.

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