January 4, 2019
by Mike Davis, alliantgroup Chief Information Security Officer &
by Rick Lazio, alliantgroup Senior Vice President
Published in SIIA
No, it’s not a fait accompli; where one gives up due to the inevitability, but quite the contrary.
Are we tired of hearing about data breaches (DB) yet? Sure, this is a natural reaction as the number of DB disclosures continue to increase. Security professionals are keenly aware of the DB risks, yet there are conflicting theories about the effect of frequent DBs on consumers and their behaviors. We’ll explore a few views on what DB fatigue (DBF) is, how to move past it and the protections needed either way.
So, how much DB news is too much? When do people tune out the news and warnings of data breaches? During 2018 there were successful hacks against every sector. The ITRC is a great resource to find […]
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, CFOs, Presidents and financial decision makers.
Wednesday, January 23rd 2019 from 12:00-12:30pm CT
Join alliantgroup Managing Director Tracy Lustyan for a complimentary webinar to review how building solutions providers and integrators can grow their operation in 2019 by maximizing the value of available government incentives. If you are conducting any or all of the following activities, you could qualify:
- Developing schematic drawings for the integration of system components
- Designing electrical wiring and layouts for the installation of control systems
- Design coordination and value engineering in plan specifications and design-assist projects
- Determining appropriate control system logic to meet project […]
Technology is taking over the security industry— and for industry executives, this shift offers a potentially valuable opportunity they may have never considered for their firms.
From the growing connectivity of systems and mobile devices through the Internet of Things (loT) to the use of AI and automation to monitor cyber and physical security systems, the industry is in the midst of massive technological changes that will ultimately make us (and the confidentiality of our data) much safer. Along with enhancing our physical and […]
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CPAs, CFOs, CEOs, Presidents and financial decision makers.
Tuesday, November 13th 2018 from 12:00-12:30pm CT
Are you conducting “routine engineering work”? If so, this presentation is for you.
alliantgroup will be hosting an insightful presentation focused on how architecture, engineering and construction firms are qualifying for generous tax savings thanks to the work they are doing on a daily basis.
This brief presentation will highlight key tax incentives that companies operating within the architecture, engineering and/or construction industry can claim based on their projects and talent they employ in the country. Does your company employ any of the following?