Our firm’s National Technology Practice group offers a deep understanding of the challenges and issues facing growing technology companies. We will guide you through these challenges with proactive advice and industry insight. Our firm prides itself on offering clients an industry team they won’t outgrow. Our dedicated Technology Practice fuses the collective knowledge, expertise and creativity of its professionals. By keeping abreast of new developments and continuing trends in the industry, we are able to offer practical solutions that will help your business.
With offices across the U.S. and as a member of UHY International, we have access to thousands of professionals worldwide with the capabilities to serve technology companies with distinction through the support of our international practices. Our teams are organized across the country by industry, which provides clients with the best-in category knowledge gained from working with similar clients in their industry or service specialty.
Our technology client base includes companies from all areas of the industry, including:
Business taxpayers should be on high alert for cybercriminals attempting to steal W-2 forms and other sensitive information through phishing scams.
Executing new ideas in a conventional way is one of the key missteps we have seen people repeat when they are operationalizing a resilient organization. Convention tells you that to change an organization’s performance you need to change the organization by bringing together functions, capabilities and supporting technologies.
A new ransomware attack is underway world-wide, already targeting 20 million plus victims in the first few days. Here are the key facts to date: attack comes via email from Herbalife confirming an order or from a more generic "copier@______" address, email includes an attachment which when opened launches the ransomware, here may be as many as 8,000 variants of the email messages, no victims that have paid a ransom have received a decryption tool thus far
Hackers successfully acquired access to 143 million individuals' Social Security number, driver's license numbers, and credit card numbers. Equifax's breach affects nearly half of the U.S. population.
Hackers are increasingly targeting companies at an alarming rate. It only takes one click to bring the services of a company to a halt. Most believe that having the best firewalls in place will mitigate this risk, but in reality their most vulnerable firewall is the human firewall. Security training and awareness most be continuous to keep up with ever-evolving threats. Especially since hackers are always one day ahead of the firewalls that protect you.