Live Webcast: “Don’t Click That” Featured Event
Dave Stasaitis and Richard Krenmayer from Stasmayer, Incorporated once again presents a one hour live webcast on technology. Did you know that over 80% of ransomware attacks originate from users falling victim to things they shouldn't click in e-mail. But how do you know really know what's legitimate?! Will you have to go back to working with pulse dial rotary phone to confirm all e-mails? Will you need to hold Bitcoin to pay these ransoms? Will this ever stop? Tune in to find out!
About the Speakers
As Stasmayer’s President, David Stasaitis is responsible for business growth and leading the company’s technology strategy. He co-founded Stasmayer, Incorporated with Richard Krenmayer in 2003 while pursuing his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts. After 18 years in business, Stasmayer is recognized as one of the top Managed Services Provider in South Carolina and has been listed on the Inc. 5000 multiple times.
David oversees product development, research and implementation of IT technologies proven to increase client’s profitability. His core expertise is information technology for Professional Organizations and Law Firms, and he is a former Amicus Attorney Certified Consultant and the one of the top Gold Clio Certified Consultants in the world.
As an IT expert for the legal industry, David oversees development of IT infrastructures and solutions for law firms including law practice management, Cloud solutions, IT support, IT security and Managed Services.
David has also appeared in over 35 continuing legal education technology videos (CLEs) with the South Carolina Bar Association and other Bar Associations some titles including “Cloud Computing Solutions For Lawyers” and “Getting Answers for Making Tech Choices in the Set Up of a New Law Firm”. He is a guest speaker at the South Carolina School of Law and Charleston School of Law in the Law Practice Management Courses. He has also presented for the South Carolina Bar, Dorchester Bar, Charleston Bar, Mecklenburg County Bar, the South Carolina Federal Bar Association, and the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees.
He first became interested in computers through the gaming industry in 1996. In the past, David worked as a Network and System Administrator and System Analyst, as well as web and applications developer.
David holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Information Systems from the University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son. He also enjoys camping in his RV and traveling.
Richard Krenmayer is the Co-Founder and CEO of Stasmayer, Incorporated, a Managed IT and IT Security company. He attended the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth with his business partner, David Stasaitis, where they both received a B.S. in Business Information Systems and started Stasmayer, Incorporated. Consulting businesses since age 12, Rick is an industry veteran that loves to make a great story become reality by helping others build great businesses through the power of technology. He always says and truly believes that, “This is the time to be alive.”
As cybersecurity continues to evolve and come to the forefront of everyone’s mind in business, Rick has given multiple speeches and CLEs to provide a call to action on the subject. He is also a co-author for the latest edition of the South Carolina BAR’s Paralegal Survival Guide having written the section on cybersecurity.
In his other life, Rick is a professional songwriter and performer since age 6, enjoys traveling to new places around the world, being a weather hobbyist, reading lots of books, speaking other languages and always learning more, all while raising his son, who’s interest in machines dwarfs his own interest in business and technology.
This seminar is Basic to Intermediate level.
Mandatory MCLE Credit Hours
This program qualifies for 1.0 MCLE credit hour.
SC Supreme Commission on CLE Course # 221078ADO
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