Tucson Information Technology Skills Alliance, led by workforce developer Transmosis, set to offer rapid virtual and in-person IT training in bid to fill a massive local need. October 12, 2021 TUCSON, AZ –– Underserved adults in the Tucson area have
Industry leader inks multiple partnerships overseas under new brand, transmosisONE Jul 08, 2021, 08:58 ET PHOENIX, July 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. cybersecurity workforce developer, Transmosis, today announced $500,000 of expanded cyber liability coverage and international growth of its enterprise grade cybersecurity-as-a-service, transmosisONE. Designed for the
AVON, Ohio–(May 26, 2021 10:50 AM Eastern Daylight Time)–Jenne, Inc., a leading value-added distributor and master agent of technology products and cloud solutions, today announced it has been named a master agent for Transmosis, a nationally recognized cybersecurity workforce developer.
The statistics paint a grim reality: In 2020 alone, cyber attacks against small businesses increased by 424%. Small businesses are now the #1 target for cyber criminals– and yet, the overwhelming majority lack any effective cyber defense plan. Limited awareness,
Vendor’s platform is designed specifically for SMBs. Eleanor Dickinson (ARN)08 March, 2021 11:22 Cyber security vendor Transmosis has inked a distribution partnership with Telarus for Australia and New Zealand via the master agent’s local subsidiary Tradewinds Technology Brokerage. Transmosis’ new
Small Business Cybersecurity Leader to offer Fully Integrated Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage with its next generation A.I. Software and Security Operations Center December 17, 2020, Phoenix, AZ – Transmosis, a nationally recognized leader in small business cybersecurity protection, today announced
Cybersecurity Expert Podcast with Jennifer Bleam When Transmosis saw how under-protected the SMB market was, they jumped into action and created a valuable MDR solution. This solution bundles next generation threat detection with SOC as a service and is being
by Karen Roby in Security on June 8, 2020, 8:47 AM PST The CFO of a small company that was the victim of a ransomware attack and reveals why they paid the ransom (in Bitcoin) to gain back control of their systems. TechRepublic’s Karen