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Founded in 1993, KFA is an information technology ​consulting and services firm which helps our clients power their business efficiency and interoperability. KFA provides technology solutions for smart cities, capital construction programs, and facilities management.
What's New?
In Q3, accomplishments and goals of KFA:

  • Opened up a new branch office in Northern California
  • Co-sponsored the Cyber Security Woman of the Year Awards in Las Vegas
  • Selected as Regional Class 2 Supplier of the Year by the National Minority Supplier Development Council
  • Launching a new service area that provides business continuity solutions and dark web monitoring
  • Hosting another Tech-Net event featuring FedEx in September

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According to the United States government, the most serious threats now facing companies are the “aggressive and persistent attacks” on computer networks of critical U.S. infrastructure. KFA researched this issue and found many of its client stakeholders’ email and network credentials on the dark web. Additionally, KFA knows many businesses may not have proper information security and disaster recovery plans. In the interest of meeting the needs of our clients, KFA has expanded its services to include business continuity solutions and dark web monitoring.

In the event of a disastrous attack on your business or simply the failure of a server on your network, our business continuity solutions enable you to run your business systems virtually in the cloud while KFA restores the business systems to your network. Contact us today for a consultation and learn whether or not your business credentials are on the dark web and what you must do to secure your business assets and client projects. Action today ensures a safeguard against hackers ransoming your environment. 

Would you like to find out if your company has exposure on the Dark Web?
Tech-Net is a bi-monthly event where influential technology entrepreneurs discuss hot topics of the day and network among like-minded professionals.

Our upcoming event features FedEX along with Project Management Consulting firm Molior.

Please join us for an afternoon of lively discussions surrounding the hottest topics in IT innovation on Thursday, September 5 th . Network and meet with our corporate guests to find out what opportunities are available within their organizations.
On August 7 th, KFA was selected as the winner of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) 2019 Class 2 Regional Supplier of the Year Award. There are nearly 12,000 NMSDC-certified minority businesses across the country that were eligible for this honor in their respective regions. This award is given annually to minority suppliers who have distinguished themselves and their businesses by:
  • successfully demonstrating growth in sales and employment
  • consistently providing high quality products , services and solutions at competitive prices
  • significantly contributing to the growth and development of their community

KFA, Inc. is humbled by this recognition and will continue its efforts to live up to this honor every year.
Women in Cyber Security
At KFA, we know all too well that cyber security continues to be a growing and increasingly demanding field. We also know that women only make up approximately 20% of the cyber security workforce.

KFA associate Leslie Gazeley recently attended the "Cyber Security Woman of the Year Awards" (CSWY) in Las Vegas, NV. We were pleased to be among the evening's sponsors (along with Microsoft, Intel, Adobe, McAfee, the Cloud Security Alliance, ISSa, and ZEEKTEK). 

The CSWY Awards, organized by California-based company, Inteligenca, honored a select group of nominees for their contributions in the cyber security arena. These women have not only embraced the cyber security industry, but have become trailblazers who are actively contributing valuable new perspectives, innovations and leadership to the field.
The diversity of backgrounds and experiences these women bring can only serve to widen the cyber security knowledge-base in defending our data and networks.

Photo: KFA's Leslie Gazeley with CSWY founders, Inteligenca's CEO, Carmen Marsh (right) and COO, Paula Dube (left).