“With so many businesses rapidly switching to remote work for the foreseeable future, we are facing unprecedented vulnerabilities, especially for small- to medium-sized businesses lacking telecommuting experience.” Rizwan Virani – President at Alliant Cybersecurity / Senior Vice President at Alliantgroup
Source: Tech Republic – With so many businesses
About Rizwan Virani: is a Senior Vice President in Alliantgroup’s Houston national office and oversees Alliantgroup’s Energy Incentives practice, which is comprised of energy modelers, engineers, and government relations professionals who help qualifying U.S. businesses claim the Energy-Efficient Commercial Building Tax Deduction (more commonly referred to as section 179D).
He is overseeing risk management services as well as chairing the firm’s IT Steering Committee. Virani advises CPA firms and industry partners on topics and issues relating to cybersecurity, risk and policy planning strategies. Virani holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and has more than 13 years of professional services experience with expertise in engineering, construction, manufacturing and technology industries.
Rizwan is an experienced electrical engineer with prior experience in the semiconductor industry. He brings several years of experience and expertise in manufacturing technology, semiconductor process, electrical and mechanical hardware development, and fundamental engineering principals.
Rizwan has worked with many of the world’s leading semiconductor companies, such as Intel, Samsung, AMD, and Micron. His work involved developing semiconductor hardware and processes based on specifications and requirements defined by the client. Prior to joining alliantgroup, Rizwan was a project engineer and consultant for one of the largest semiconductor capital equipment makers.