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:
In the May 2019 Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft disclosed a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-0708) exists in Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) – formerly known as Terminal Services. The cyber industry has named this vulnerability BlueKeep.
Norman Comstock, managing director, discusses cybersecurity with Accounting Today in their recent article titled, “A Cyber Attack Only Takes Three Seconds.”
Finally, after two years of waiting, Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation takes effect starting today, May 25. Beyond just Europe, the regulation is expected to reshape how global organizations manage, share and protect their users’ personal data. Many organizations across the world have scrambled to be ready. But based on public statements from companies and client feedback, it is clear that many companies are still not in compliance.
Many middle market companies are unaware of the impending May 25 deadline to comply with the European Union's (EU) General Data Protection Regulation, better known as GDPR. The EU passed GDPR two years ago to provide enhanced privacy and data protections for its citizens, and beginning May 25, 2018, companies that process personal data of EU residents are subject to GDPR - including those based in the US. The ensuing fines for non-compliance with GDPR can be up to 20 million Euros ($24 Million USD), or 4% of the company's worldwide annual revenue.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently warned of a new twist on an old phone scam. Criminals will use telephone numbers that mimic IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) in order to trick taxpayers into paying non-existent tax bills.