Posts Categorized: SE Data Points

SE Data Points – Spring 2015

Phishing scams to avoid, controlling project costs and deadlines, employee spotlight and more… Read SE’s latest newsletter here.  

IT Project Management: Why It’s a “Must”

Do you have strategic IT initiatives that are not progressing cohesively with your growing business? Are internal skill gaps bringing those initiatives to a halt? If those project initiatives are moving along, are they not achieving the desired business values and goals? If you answered “yes” to any of the above, Systems Engineering’s Project Managers… Read more »


Phishing Tactics that Work

In 2013, the SANS Institute reported that 95% of all successful attacks begin with a spear phishing email.  Two recent and well publicized attacks, the Anthem breach and the Carbanak Bank robbery, can be traced back to spear phishing emails.  While your organization may not be a large enterprise like these, you can be used… Read more »

SE Lunch & Learn: Data Breach Reality Event Recap

Systems Engineering’s Lunch & Learn: “When Risk Becomes Reality – Responding to a Data Breach” was recently held in Bangor and Portland, Maine and Bedford, New Hampshire. This event gave participants a chance to safely experience and respond to a security breach through hands-on, facilitator lead exercises. Cybercrime is a big business. It is estimated… Read more »

Outsourcing Augments Internal IT Departments

Systems Engineering’s Brad Sprague, Strategic Accounts Team Manager, recently appeared on WBOL’s The Derek Volk Show.  He discusses why organizations decide to outsource all or pieces of IT and how SE’s services support and augment internal IT departments:  giving clients competitive advantage with a comprehensive IT foundation. Listen to the radio interview:  IT Pro’s

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SE Spotlight: John Zastrow

At Systems Engineering, employees are our number one resource.  Our success depends on our dedicated and skilled staff who share our values and contribute to our vision. SE Spotlight gives a brief but revealing look at one of our valuable members. Name:  John Zastrow Department:  Project Management Title:  Project Manager How long have you been at SE?  1 year… Read more »

SE Data Points: New Employees Bulletin

At Systems Engineering, our success depends on the efforts of our employees and we strive to attract and retain talented, dedicated and skilled staff that share our values and contribute to our vision and take pride in our clients’ success. We are pleased to welcome the the following members to the SE team: Kevin Beling… Read more »

SE Data Points – Winter 2014

A look at 2014, practical security tips, new employees and more. Read our latest newsletter…

Systems Engineering’s Look at 2014

Every year brings its own challenges and opportunities, and 2014 was no exception.  Following are some of the more significant developments and trends Systems Engineering saw in 2014. Without question, the external security environment was the most challenging that we’ve ever seen.  Cyber threat activity increased exponentially in 2014, and we saw our customers respond… Read more »

SE Essentials Offers Comprehensive IT Management and Support

At Systems Engineering, we understand the evolving demands placed on IT departments. They are being faced with device proliferation, data explosion, developing information complexity and the ever present need to maintain a reliable and secure network.  At the same time, organizations need to ensure their IT dollars are aligned with their strategic goals and not… Read more »