UHY Advisors announces promotion of Heather Bearfield

Heather Bearfield, CISA, has been promoted to Principal in the Technology Assurance & Advisory Services practice at UHY Advisors in Boston.

Heather has experience with internal and external audit work as well as specializes in projects for application reviews, firewall, intrusion detection systems, and network security. She is a Certified Information Systems Auditor with her BS and MBA from the University of Vermont.

UHY TAAS professionals offer decades of experience from both an IT and industry standpoint to help companies improve their operations. The top-level benefit is obviously cost savings, but improved IT operations also result in better regulatory compliance, less downtime, and greater internal client satisfaction.

Taking an "audit" approach, UHY analyzes the current system and recommends improvements. UHY also monitors progress and can quantify the results in real dollars.

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