A Technology Company Based in Stevens Point, Wisconsin,

PSOL is a one stop innovative technology shop.  We provide full technology solutions ranging from complete network implementation, 24x7x365 security monitoring service, revolutionary wandering & elopement prevention, to HelpDesk services and everything in-between .

Driven by history and built around people, PSOL has been ever changing in the solutions we provide to our customers, but consistent in the level of excellence that is provided within every customer interaction.

Beginning as a one-man operation in 2002, owner Justin Busa has focused his efforts on growing PSOL’s business through the construction of a strong customer base and word-of-mouth marketing.  With clients from the east to west coasts of the United States, and beyond, PSOL has found that word of mouth travels fast in this digital age.  Our focus has been, is, and always will be our clients, no matter where they may be or what industry they may serve.

PSOL strongly believes you are only as strong as your weakest link, and we know we wouldn’t be here today without our team members.  Our team members are what make PSOL extraordinary. When you see them, say hi, get to know them, we know you’ll feel the same way.

  • Installation is tricky business but not as tricky as removing malware

Cyber Kill Chain V: Installation

May 1st, 2018|Comments Off on Cyber Kill Chain V: Installation

Repeat after me: Installation after Exploitation Time-traveling back to our previous blog post, we explored a stage deep into the attack lifecycle called Exploitation. Following the delivery of malicious code, successful exploitation opens up an [...]

  • In Soviet Russia, shirt irons you!

Cyber Kill Chain IV: Exploitation

January 3rd, 2018|Comments Off on Cyber Kill Chain IV: Exploitation

The exploitation phase offers a threat actor his or her first opportunity to celebrate a victory. One of considerable size well into the active stages of a cyber attack. This celebration also represents an [...]

  • Special Delivery this is not

Cyber Kill Chain III: Delivery

November 24th, 2017|Comments Off on Cyber Kill Chain III: Delivery

Special Delivery! Following our first and second posts, actions in the delivery phase move from the shadows into the light. The step where knowledgeable organizations first realize the intended weapons posed by threat actors. [...]

  • Weaponization of doorknobs? What's next, PDF Files?

Cyber Kill Chain II: Weaponization

October 11th, 2017|Comments Off on Cyber Kill Chain II: Weaponization

In our previous post, we discussed the first stage of almost all Cyber Attacks: Reconnaissance. Gathering information related to an intended victim is the initial action taken during a campaign against a target. It [...]

Subscribe to our mailing list