Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. Named to MSSP Alert’s Top 250 MSSPs List 
Demand for California Managed IT Services Company’s Advanced Cyber Security Capability Skyrocketing
(September 25, 2020 – Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. has been named to the Top 250 MSSPs list for 2020 by MSSP Alert, published by After Nines Inc. The list identifies and honors the top Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP), managed detection and response (MDR) and Security Operations Center as a Service (SOCaaS) providers worldwide.
Inclusion on the list is based on a survey that collected data on IT managed service providers’ tools, practices, and revenue growth in the area of cyber security.
“We have invested in advanced cyber security tools because we understand what it takes to protect people, data and IT systems in a world of evolving cyber threats,” said Marty Kaufman, President and Founder of Accent Computer Solutions. “The minimum requirements for effective security have changed and companies that aren’t deploying advanced tactics are unknowingly increasing their risk of a cyber attack.”
Accent has not only invested in specialized cyber security technology, they’ve invested in the professional capabilities of their team, and have created a culture of security throughout their organization.
“Security is in mind with everything we do, but we also have staff who are 100% dedicated to cyber security,” said Peter O’Campo, Chief Technology Officer for Accent. “We keep up with both evolving threats and evolving cyber security strategies so that we can provide our clients with confidence that they’re doing what they need to do to manage risk.”
Accent offers cyber security services through their managed IT services framework, and as a stand-alone service for organizations who have internal IT staff. In addition to implementing services, Accent helps companies interpret cyber security regulations and translate them into actionable practices.
“We’ve seen demand for our cyber security services increase over this past year,” said O’Campo. “Much of our focus has shifted to the security of remote workers because the COVID-19 pandemic, but the bottom line is that cyber threats are increasing and companies need a higher level of expertise than what they can get from IT generalists.”
Accent Computer Solutions is one of only three California MSPs to appear on both the Top 250 MSSPs and the MSP 501 list, which recognizes high capability in planning and deploying managed IT services.
Find the online Top 250 MSSPs list and associated report here: http://www.msspalert.com/top250.
About Accent Computer Solutions, Inc.
Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. helps small and midsize companies get the fast, friendly, frustration-free IT support they need to run their business without technology getting in the way. Accent takes responsibility for all things IT-related and becomes a company's IT department, or supplements an existing internal IT team.
The company is headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and has over 60 IT professionals strategically located throughout San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, and Orange Counties, as well as Arizona, Texas, and Louisiana, to provide support when and where clients need it.
For more information, visit www.AccentOnIT.com, or call (909) 481-4368.
About After Nines Inc.
After Nines Inc. provides timeless IT guidance for strategic partners and IT security professionals across ChannelE2E (www.ChannelE2E.com) and MSSP Alert (www.MSSPAlert.com). ChannelE2E tracks every stage of the IT service provider journey — from entrepreneur to exit. MSSP Alert is the global voice for Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs).
About Courtney Casey
In an industry dominated by men, Courtney Casey, Director of Marketing for Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., is making her mark on the world of information technology. Courtney has been immersed in the IT field most of her life and has been molded into the tech savvy expert she is today. She began working for Accent while earning her Bachelor's degree from California State University, Long Beach. Known in the Inland Empire as the "Tech Girl," Courtney is a regular columnist for the region's newspaper of record, The Press-Enterprise. Her columns address topical news trends, new technology products, and offer advice on how to embrace technology or avoid common IT pitfalls.