ACT Technology Services understands — We study our clients’ industries and stay abreast of changes affecting them.
Multiple software platforms, electronic health records, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are but a few of the many reasons health care information technology is a growing source of your annual capital assets. Medical information is created, collected, and accessed through multiple avenues, and they must all work together. Our key objectives include conducting or reviewing a security risk analysis per 45 CFR 164.308 (a)(1), implementing security updates as necessary, and correctly identifying security deficiencies as part of the risk management process, including the use of cybersecurity reviews. Our team has experience with HIPAA requirements and can walk your organization through a risk analysis as well as assist you with the developing the corrective action plans.
In today’s business environment, companies realize the necessity to incorporate information technology in order to efficiently provide timely services to their customers. With an increased reliance on IT comes additional risk to both your company and your customers. Almost every day there is a cyber crime or security breach being reported. Does your company retain sensitive information about your customers? Would unauthorized access to customer information damage your customers or your company? With the ever changing landscape in the information technology area including the increase of available tools used by intruders and fraudsters, it is critical that companies proactively address the security posture of their IT infrastructure and control environment. Arnett Carbis Toothman, LLP’s IT Consultants can assist you with identifying risk areas and methods, like penetration testing, for remediating these risks.
Our team can help you avoid obstacles which are keeping you from achieving your financial and business goals. We have the resources to help you integrate technology to improve your business process and uptime. We know your industry and we take time to study your company and its operations so we get the critical details to help you improve your bottom line, like compliance with NIST SP 800-171 (Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Information Systems and Organizations). At Arnett Carbis Toothman, we pride ourselves on paying attention to detail and deadlines.
We provide valuable advice to enable our construction clients to make better business decisions and allow them to focus on growth and stability. Our specialized staff actively participate in industry trade associations and understand the challenges your business must overcome including adherence to relevant NIST guidelines like SP 800-171, combating slow invoicing and payments, and difficulties with technology adoption. Let ACT Technology Services help on your journey to success.
The automobile industry has seen rapid change, challenges, and opportunities in recent years, from the amount of data that’s handled to breaches of that data to best management and protection practices. ACT can provide proficient firewalling and expertise with CDK to help you manage and protect your data as well as your customers. We’re experienced with single or multi-facility dealer operations and new or used dealer operations. No matter the franchise, ACT Technology Services staff is ready to provide invaluable insight and service to dealers and their teams.
Large or small, Arnett Carbis Toothman serves our non-profit clients with the energy and focus they deserve. From colleges to culture and arts organizations, and health and welfare organizations to social services agencies, ACT Technology Services can provide your organization with the IT needs. Allow us to advise on the best software and technology for non-profits; that way your team members can focus on what matters most without worrying about what doesn’t.