2024 Navigating the AI Frontier Event Series

We are excited to announce a series of three AI events that promise to be both informative and insightful. Our first event will delve into the fundamentals of AI and shed light on how organizations are integrating it into their businesses to drive innovation and growth. Following that, we will explore Microsoft Copilot, the cutting-edge AI tool that is revolutionizing the way we work. Finally, we will address a critical concern – AI cyber risks, providing insights into safeguarding your business against emerging threats this tech presents.

These events are intended to provide small and medium-sized business leaders with useful insights and knowledge to thrive in an AI-driven world.

Please contact your Systems Engineering Account Executive for details or email events@systemsengineering.com for event information.


LeadingAge ME & NH Annual Conference & Expo

Date: April 3-4, 2024

Location: Sheraton Sable Oaks, South Portland, ME

Systems Engineering will exhibit at the 2024 LeadingAge Maine & New Hampshire Annual Conference And Expo. Check back for more details to come.

Maine Bankers Association 2024 Bank Expo

Date: April 4, 2024

Location: Holiday Inn By the Bay, Portland, ME

Systems Engineering will exhibit at the Maine Bankers 2024 Bank Expo. Check back for more details to come.

Chaperoning AI in the Workplace

Seacoast Human Resources Association

June 11, 2024
7:30 – 10:00 AM
Portsmouth, NH

Systems Engineering’s CEO and President, Matt McGrath, Technology Compliance Analyst, Ashley Wiles, and Pastori | Krans attorney, Terri Pastori, Esq., will participate in a panel discussion on using Artificial Intelligence in the workplace. The discussion will be moderated by Sheehan Phinney Attorney Brian Bouchard and cover the pitfalls and legal implications of using AI without proper chaperoning and guardrails.


Cyber Risks Keeping Business Leaders Up at Night.

This webinar will explore a security leader’s perspective on the cybersecurity challenges small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) need to be aware of and actively address. Topics to be covered include:

  • SMB cybersecurity insights and critical trends.
  • Questions C-levels should ask about their cyberthreats.
  • Guidance for strategic cybersecurity planning and governance.

Systems Engineering, together with Arctic Wolf, a leader in security operations, will inform you of the cyber risks that are keeping many business leaders up at night and the cyber strategies that can help you enjoy a more peaceful night’s rest.