Leadership Team

Jeremy Louise

Vice President Sales & Business Development

Jeremy Louise serves as Technical Support International’s VP of Sales and Business Development. In this role, Jeremy is responsible for all of TSI’s new business and plays a central role in the vision and overall strategic direction at TSI. His personal and professional experience growing up in the family business not only contribute to TSI’s continued success, but its emphasis on understanding SMB needs and the technology solutions needed to accomplish their objectives. Prior to his role as VP Sales, Jeremy earned his MBA from UIBS Belgium and his bachelor’s degree from Hobart College in Geneva NY. When not working with clients helping navigate today’s constantly changing technology landscape, he is out on the water fly fishing.

Jeremy Louise Stories

TSI Joins Exostar’s CMMC Partner Network to Help DIB Companies Navigate Evolving DoD Cybersecurity Requirements

By Jeremy Louise | January 19, 2022

TSI’s Clients to Benefit from Exostar’s Robust, Easy-to-Use DoD Cybersecurity Compliance Products FOXBORO MA-June 9th, 2022: TSI, an IT Managed Services (MSP) and Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), today announced it has joined Exostar’s CMMC partner network to help DoD contractors navigate and fulfill their Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) cybersecurity compliance requirements, including NIST 800-171 and CMMC 2.0. By leveraging Exostar’s powerful application, Certification Assistant, TSI will be…


Creating and Managing a Sustainable CMMC Compliance Program

By Jeremy Louise | October 14, 2021

In partnership with Exostar, TSI held a successful webinar on the topic of “Creating and Managing a Sustainable CMMC Compliance Program”. Our webinar was recorded HERE, allowing you to get an understanding of our approach to helping businesses to achieve and maintain a successful cybersecurity program toward CMMC compliance. Furthermore, we have addressed topics such as policy development and documentation, IT CMMC requirements, engaging with CMMC 3 certificate ready RPO/Service…


How to Find Your NIST 800-171 & CMMC Requirements: A Comprehensive Guide to Determine Your Compliance Requirements from Your Primes & Clients

By Jeremy Louise | August 23, 2021

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is: “How do I know if I need to be compliant with either the NIST 800-171 or CMMC frameworks?” The bottom line is that if you possess controlled unclassified information (CUI) then your organization will likely have to fulfill these compliance requirements- even if you are considered a commercial off the shelf (COTS) company if you’re required to do so by…


What You’re Likely Missing about CMMC Compliance: Lessons from an MSP’s CMMC Readiness Review Assessment

By Jeremy Louise | August 3, 2021

We had a great webinar with our partners at NQA pertaining to our experience undergoing a CMMC 3 Readiness Review Assessment. We’ve conveniently recorded it HERE in case you missed it, so you can learn about some of the most overlooked aspects of a CMMC implementation including an overview of what it takes to become certification-ready. We hope our webinar helped address some of our audiences’ lingering questions about the assessment process…


We Don’t Learn From Our Mistakes: 2020’s Most Popular Passwords

By Jeremy Louise | July 23, 2021

After a series of high-profile breaches, we wanted to update an article we developed a few years ago about some of the disturbing trends we continue to see with end user password behaviors. It’s fair to assume that a strong password is one of the most important security tools that any user can employ to minimize the chances of a breach, but we unfortunately see that users oftentimes continue to…


Recent Data Breach: Historic Credentials Leak

By Jeremy Louise | June 25, 2021

More often than ever, we are hearing about large-scale ransomware attacks with devastating effects. Today, we wanted to bring to your attention a recent password and credentials leak which is being described as the largest breach in history. This breach has leaked over 3.2 billion passwords and includes 26 million compromised account log-in credentials for a number of popular sites including Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Netflix. Learn more about the…