Welcome to the KMT-Download.
March was a busy month for the team at KMT and it is shaping up to be an exciting year for us. With COVID still affecting Melbourne businesses, we continue to assist our clients to shift their technology to support the changing requirements of their business operations and improving their cyber security posture.
Our team is continuing to grow with a couple of new starters and 5 job vacancies as we head into April. We are customer-obsessed and put people and relationships at the core of everything we do. Part of how we deliver on this is dedicated support teams who work with a small number of clients. Our client base is growing, hence our support teams are also growing, ensuring fast ticket resolution times and exceptional customer service.
Our cyber focus is stronger than ever. Due to the pandemic, we have seen an accelerated trend wherein most business assets and devices are now located outside traditional physical and logical security parameters. It is our goal that all end-users can securely access and use any digital business asset regardless of the location. To help our clients and the market understand why cyber security is so important, we ran our first cyber security webinar in March which was an amazing success with over 100 Melbourne businesses in attendance. Our next Cyber Secrets for SMBs webinar is 20th April and our very own Scott Mathrick will be on the panel, please register on our website if you are interested.
On a personal level, March was an exciting month for me as I celebrated my wedding! We hope you read on, and we wish you all a wonderful Easter break and look forward to catching up with you soon.
Managing Director – KMT
April Cyber Webinar - Register Now!
"Cyber Secrets for SMBs in 2021"
Held on the 20th of April 2021 at 12:00 noon, we are hosting a non-technical cyber seminar aimed at business leaders for SMBs in Australia.
Presented by Jay Ryerse (VP Connectwise, Scott Mathrick (Co-Founder KMT), Adam Hines (Director, Aeither Insurance) and Dudley Kneller (Partner, Gadens).
March Cyber Webinar
"5 things every business owner should know to protect your business from an attack in 2021"
Presented by Jay Ryerse – Vice President, Cybersecurity Initiatives, Connectwise.
The health sector remains the biggest reporter of cyber breaches
As the health sector becomes increasingly digitised, cybersecurity incidents are becoming more common.
Australian businesses are increasingly under attack and over 43% of cyber attacks are aimed at SMBs, yet only 14% are actually prepared. We can help!
Support Desk Stats
Each month we publish our KPI's which detail our previous months' performance.
These are just a few of the KPIs we use to monitor and evaluate our performance, so we can continually improve what we do.
Supporting our Community
Sponsoring Disadvantaged Australian Children
In March, we continued to increase our community activity by partnering with the Smith Family and sponsoring Australian children in need.