Roger Wood on Cyber Attack on Sunapee Schools and Hampstead Security Company
In this podcast, Roger Wood explores the current state of cybersecurity and ransomware threats. We hear from the Superintendent of Sunapee Schools, Russ Holden. He recently testified at a Senate hearing on a ransom demand. We also hear from Tim Howard, founder of RMON Networks in Hampstead.
RMON Networks partners with organizations to strategically align their business goals and objectives with technology, while focusing on delivering exceptional customer experiences.
Tim guides RMON Networks’ overall business strategy to become the leading provider of managed IT support services for small and medium businesses. Tim also oversees the company’s technology strategy to ensure resources are used creatively.
Tim has over 24 years of IT experience, 13 of them with RMON Networks. He obtained his BA in Computer Science / Technical Management from the Wentworth Institute of Technology. Prior to founding RMON Networks, he worked as IT Director for The Learning Company, Matrix One and SnowShore Networks. Tim has Microsoft, MCP, MCE, MCSE and MCITP certifications.
“I knew I wanted to work with computers after seeing the War Games movie in 1983.”
Tim enjoys the challenge of keeping pace with rapid developments in technology. He is particularly interested in network and Internet security. But when not developing RMON Networks, Tim plays outdoors, coaches his kids’ teams, and fishes.
Roger Wood is an award-winning radio, podcast, newspaper and television reporter with over 40 years of media experience. Roger has spent his entire professional career in New Hampshire. Roger is currently Associate Editor at InDepthNH.org. He has produced reports and specials for InDepthNH, New Hampshire Public Radio, NPR and other public and commercial radio stations. He also produced spots for CBS Radio.