Telesystem Launches #HackersSuck Cybersecurity Bundle

Telesystem Launches #HackersSuck Cybersecurity Bundle

By Greg Tavarez

Back in February, at MSP Expo 2024 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, attendees likely saw signs and other promos featuring a dark background with #HackersSuck in red. But what exactly is it?

It's the name of a cybersecurity awareness campaign run by Telesystem, a company that offers IT security solutions. They use #HackersSuck to promote their free cybersecurity summits aimed at businesses.

The 2023 series ended in Arlington, Texas, in October 2023. The summit focused on dynamic cybersecurity challenges. Attendees also engaged in a panel discussion with cybersecurity experts and learned about common security omissions and affordable solutions. Read more about the summit here.

Telesystem’s Chief Revenue Officer Bruce Wirt wants everyone to know that they are aware that all hackers are not bad.

“When we use the word ‘hacker’, we’re referring to the black-hat hacker that seeks to destroy identities, ruin lives, destabilize economies and take down organizations," said Wirt.

And, capitalizing on the success of the summit series, Telesystem is set to further shake up the cybersecurity landscape with the launch of its #HackersSuck product bundles.

The bundles are a comprehensive offering designed to simplify the cybersecurity marketplace for brokers and decision makers. Organizations benefit from security awareness training, endpoint protection and email protection, which are available through Telesystem’s partner channel.

By offering these services together, Telesystem aims to provide businesses with a comprehensive cybersecurity offering that is easy to understand and implement

“When we set out to launch our cybersecurity product set and brand it, we aimed for the center of the bullseye,” said Wirt.

Telesystem is dedicated to high-quality training solutions, as evidenced by the availability of their standalone Security Awareness Training program directly through their website, HackersSuck.com.

For businesses seeking a more comprehensive solution, Telesystem offers advanced communication and collaboration services as add-ons to the HackersSuck bundles. This allows organizations to leverage Telesystem as a single source for their technology stack.

Outside of the bundled offerings, Telesystem provides a customizable suite of services, including SD-WAN, SASE, managed firewalls and UCaaS. The reason for this is to make certain that businesses tailor their cybersecurity infrastructure to their specific requirements.

“Telesystem aims to bring the best technology to our customers with a level of service and support that goes beyond the expectations of our most demanding customers,” said Wirt. “We believe that ‘IT is about trust’, and customers that buy from Telesystem will get reliability and experience at an affordable price.”

The launch also coincides with the official retirement of the Threat Protector brand, acquired by Telesystem in August 2022. The HackersSuck name reflects the company's commitment to raising awareness about cyber threats in a relatable way. 




Edited by Alex Passett
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