Cybercrime is a fast-growing threat to U.S. companies, with data breaches, phishing scams, ransomware and malware all now part of the corporate security vernacular. The COVID-19 pandemic has only made matters worse, causing more security threats now that more people are working from home on less secure networks. Security is not just an IT concern; it is an organization-wide risk with far reaching implications that also affects the operational and financial aspects of companies as a whole.
As the country struggles to navigate the challenges of COVID-19, schools in particular have had to make some difficult operating decisions for their students and teachers. Some have resumed the school year in-person whereas others have opted for virtual learning, and either option contains their own challenges.
Bennett Thrasher Technology Services, a premier provider of managed IT services, is proud to share that it is now providing all clients with next-generation, multi-layered endpoint protection and access to a 24/7 security operations team.
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, most companies would associate business continuity with a set of processes/procedures to provide access to critical IT systems in the event of an extended power and/or internet outage at their main office. What those companies aren’t considering is all of the other components that go into running day-to-day operations (e.g. cutting checks, paying vendors, running payroll, taking phone calls, etc.).
In a recent article published in the Construction Financial Management Association’s Bottom Lines newsletter, Chad Graves discusses how businesses can benefit when they efficiently use technology and analytics.
We wanted to make you aware of a new security threat called the KRACK vulnerability. Researchers discovered a flaw in a commonly used WiFi encryption standard known as WPA2 which is used in tens of millions of devices in homes and businesses worldwide.
In a recent article published in Facility Maintenance Decisions, Chris Luehmann and Holly Read of BT Technology Services provide insight to construction executives on how they can ensure they are using the best type of security to protect their sensitive and confidential information
In a recent article published in the September / October 2016 issue of Constructor Magazine, Chad Graves, Partner at Bennett Thrasher, provides insight to ever-changing cybersecurity issues, and why contractors need be aware of the risks
You may have heard the term IoT (Internet of Things), if not, you have more than likely experienced it. The Internet of Things involves increased machine-to-machine communication, it is built on cloud computing and networks of data-gathering sensors, it is mobile, virtual and instantaneous connection
Bennett Thrasher LLP is pleased to announce a merger with Graves Technology, an Atlanta-based technology consultancy, effective April 1, as it continues the firm’s strategic plan to expand its services to better meet client needs. By joining with Graves Technology, the firm will now add technology services to its extensive roster of tax, audit and consulting offerings. With this addition and recent growth