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Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis is currently the Vice President of Service and Support for SymQuest, and is based in the South Burlington, VT and West Lebanon, NH office locations. Davis is responsible for the network and client support teams at SymQuest. Davis started with SymQuest in April of 2007 as an Incident Response Engineer. His love for customer service and technology quickly led him through various engineering positions where his passion for process improvement and motivating team members advanced him to management positions with increasing responsibilities leading to his present role as Vice President of Service and Support. Kevin holds many industry IT certifications and was a member of True Profits Group.
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What You Should Know About the WPA2 "KRACK" Wi-Fi Vulnerability

Posted by Kevin Davis - October 17, 2017 - Important Information

On Monday, October 16, 2017 researchers released new information announcing a security vulnerability affecting encrypted Wi-Fi networks worldwide.

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What You Should Know About the Petya or Petrwrap Ransomware Attack

Posted by Kevin Davis - June 27, 2017 - Important Information

On Tuesday, June 27, 2017 another massive ransomware attack, currently known as Petya or Petrwrap (also referenced as GoldenEye or Not Petya), was launched affecting computers worldwide.

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How to Protect Your Business from WannaCry and Other Ransomware Attacks

Posted by Kevin Davis - May 22, 2017 - IT Security, security

Does the WannaCry ransomware attack make you wanna cry? By now you have probably heard about the WannaCry ransomware attack hitting businesses around the world. According to the BBC, "The WannaCry cyber-attack infected more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries, affecting government, healthcare and private company systems." So how do you protect your business from WannaCry and prevent losing all of your company data?

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