A Complete Suite Of Affordable IT Services For Businesses Large & Small
Based in NJ, NSGi serves small mom and pop businesses and large scale national corporations. No one should be left vulnerable to cyber threats.
For almost 20 years, the team at NSGi have dedicated themselves to helping and protecting businesses in an ever-changing world where data security, computers and network technology gets ever more complicated. Small business owners now need to be computer experts just to function on a daily basis. We feel for the small business who just needs someone to rely on for their technology operations, and who won’t cost them a fortune. That’s us.
With Network Security Group, you’re never locked into a contract, and you can cancel your IT support services at any time. We are super responsive, knowledgeable, and fast at resolving issues. Just call us and try.
John Lucich is the Founder & CEO of the Network Security Group, where he has assessed, designed, and managed mid to large-size networks for corporations, government agencies, and casinos nationwide, for more than 20 years. He is also a retired State Criminal Investigator from the Organized Crime Racketeering & Corruption Bureau of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, Division of Criminal Justice, where he was directly involved in conducting high-tech crime investigations and computer forensics since 1988.
Mr. Lucich served five years as an adjunct professor of computer science at Felician College, and is a nationally recognized expert, lecturer, and published author on network security and computer forensics. In the early-2000s, he served as the keynote speaker for Network Associates, RSA, and Protegrity, at more than 50 computer security seminars throughout the U.S. and Canada. He also taught a cyber-crime course at the New Jersey Attorney General’s academy in Sea Girt, for more than a decade.
Mr. Lucich appeared as an expert on Fox News and CNN for nine years, speaking on topics of technology, network intrusions, and ransomware. He was a Keynote speaker with General Colin Powell and Bill Gates at CA World 96, where he addressed computer security issues.
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