Briefs on businesspeople, including Konrad Martin, Dale A. Kaiser, John W. Powell and Ryan Marcoux

Konrad Martin, president and CEO of Tech Advisors, a Medfield-based technology solution provider for small to mid-sized businesses, has announced the publication of his new book, “Hacked!  How to Protect Your Business from the Fines, Lawsuits, Customer Loss & PR Nightmare Resulting from Data Breach and Cybercrime.”

Konrad Martin

Written in easy-to-understand language, Hacked! is designed to help business owners of all size better recognize and appreciate the potential severity of cybercrime. Case studies are provided to demonstrate the potential havoc caused by hackers, and a wide range of strategies are offered to better protect a business from falling victim to cybercrime. Questions to ask potential partners in cybersecurity protection are also included, as are definitions to common technology terms.

Martin, a Medway resident, founded Tech Advisors in 2002 with his twin brother, Kevin, who serves as chief technology officer. Martin has authored articles on cybersecurity for a number of regional and national magazines. A former CPA, he serves as an adviser to the Massachusetts Society of CPAs and wrote the WISP (Written Information Security Plan) for the organization and its thousands of members. This is his first book. For more information, visit


Dale A. Kaiser, an experienced attorney focusing her practice on estate and family business planning, and estate and trust administration, has joined Bowditch & Dewey as a partner in Framingham.

Dale A. Kaiser

Kaiser comes to the firm after more than two decades leading Kaiser Law Group, which she founded in 1999.

Drawing on more than 30 years of professional experience, Kaiser works on all aspects of estate and gift planning, including generation-skipping, asset protection, special needs and charitable planning. She also advises fiduciaries on probate, estate taxes, trust funding and distributions, and helps business owners with company formation and succession planning.