LBMC announces formation of Managed Security Services, LLC
The LBMC Family of Companies recently announced the formation of its newest company, LBMC Managed Security Services, LLC. LBMC Managed Security Services will work with clients to provide a highly effective layer of security protection from unauthorized access and sensitive information disclosure through intrusion prevention and detection services.
According to LBMC, now more than ever before, clients need peace of mind that their technology infrastructure is secure and safeguarded against would be hackers. Companies often do not have the ability or resources to monitor their systems 24/7. With the additional time restraints on already overloaded and overwhelmed staff, responding to alerts, installing and applying updates, and hiring and training staff often prohibits companies from providing the most effective protection for their networks.
By utilizing this new service, LBMC clients will be able to effectively augment their staff (in whole or part) with the LBMC experienced team of security intrusion experts. Because security is all they do, they expect to be continuously aware of emerging threats and protect against hacker attempts before a client’s network is compromised.
LBMC Managed Security Services, LLC will work with clients to ensure their security infrastructure operates at maximum performance while reducing and often removing the operational overhead associated with a client needing to manage their security monitoring environment.
LBMC Managed Security Services, LLC, and the LBMC Family of Companies have more than 400 employees, with offices in Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga, Tennessee. Founded in 1984 as a traditional accounting firm, LBMC has expanded its focus to meet a broad range of needs for its diverse client base. Services provided by the LBMC family of companies include accounting and assurance services, business and personal tax consulting, risk services, permanent and temporary staffing, human resources outsourcing, payroll services, technology services, healthcare consulting, planning services, business valuations, investment advisory services, and mergers and acquisitions.
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