This is a podcast by PrimeGlobal member firm HoganTaylor LLP where the hosts are joined FBI Special Agent Preston Ackerman to discuss how to navigate through cyber threats. 

Preston Ackerman is a Supervisory Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He was assigned to FBI Headquarters on two separate occasions, supporting IT projects now in use throughout the FBI. He is currently assigned to the FBI’s Oklahoma City Division Cyber Squad and is the program coordinator for computer intrusion matters covering Oklahoma’s state. Prior to joining the FBI, he worked as a computer networking consultant.

His background in cybercrime and IT projects only helps with his investigative career. Now, Preston has a special appreciation for the business world and small businesses. He loves working with small business owners because they are under immense pressure, and they happen to be a crucial part of our economy.

In this episode, Preston reveals the inspiration behind his career with the FBI, the most significant cyber threats to your business, and the importance of awareness programs in a corporate setting.

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HoganTaylor LLP

HoganTaylor LLP is one of the largest business advisory and public accounting firms in Oklahoma and Arkansas, with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Little Rock and Northwest Arkansas. The Firm was formed out of a 2009 merger. In the years since, HoganTaylor has established its reputation as an innovative business advisory firm, increased its breadth of services, and more than doubled its size in terms of revenue and people. In 2019, the Firm ranked No. 91 on INSIDE Public Accounting’s list of the 100 largest CPA firms in the United States.

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