IT Services and Solutions for All Industries

Our team’s knowledge

By design, Reflex is not vertical-specific; we provide IT services to many different industries and types of organizations throughout Southern California. Our decades of experience, along with our tools and capabilities, enable us to incorporate the best technology practices into your organization, no matter the industry.

Here is an example of several industries we work with:


Strategic IT is critical to the success of a nonprofit.

There are common challenges that charitable organizations face when it comes to management of their technology. Often it is time consuming for leadership, there is a lack of strategic advice from vendors and a need for more responsive service.

With decades of experience supporting the people and technology of nonprofits, Reflex knows how to maximize nonprofit’s time and investment in technology. Implementing a comprehensive IT strategy with Reflex Networking allows the organization and leadership to focus on achieving their mission.

Accounting and CPA Firms

Accounting firms need to be at the forefront of cybersecurity to safeguard the sensitive personal and corporate financial information they handle.  The depth and quantity of valuable data a CPA Firm has makes for a very desirable target for highly sophisticated, cybercriminals.

Reflex Networking understands the priorities of CPA firms and our exceptional support experience is built to maximize your team’s productivity.   Cybersecurity is the foundation of how we deliver our solutions and services and as the IT advisor it is our responsibility to present your risks and integrate technology into your business strategy. 


The legal sector has become a prime target for cyber criminals.  Law firms should be able to demonstrate their security and compliance to regulators, business partners and most importantly their clients, but most firms often lack the internal resources necessary to adequately mitigate their risk.

Reputation management is an invaluable asset to all firms and efforts to maintain that should include proper advanced cyber threat protection measures to safeguard the following:

  1. Case and litigation information
  2. Confidential client information
  3. Attorney-client privileged communications
  4. Intellectual property
  5. Payment and personally identifiable information

No matter the size of your firm, you can take steps to improve your security posture and expected outcomes.  We help law firms achieve their unique security goals by working with them to identify potential threats and vulnerabilities.  Our solutions use data and analytics to help recognize when there is an imminent threat to the network and works to identify activity that may lead to a breach.

Engineering (AEC)

The AEC (Architectural, Engineering, Construction) industry has a heavy reliance on IT systems and internet connectivity for business operations.    There are specific characteristics that make design firms and construction contractors an attractive target:

  • shared resources and collaboration for integrated project delivery, and building information modeling
  • decentralized nature of the network
  • ready access to clients’ information systems increases the risk that a cyber incident involving one company will become a vulnerability for many companies

According to HUB International, “the AEC industry lags behind others when investing in high-level security and keeping up with current threats, and hackers are well aware and take advantage.”

Cyber threats can expose all of a company’s digital assets: business plans and acquisition strategies; proprietary construction plans and designs; customer, contractor, and supplier lists and pricing; personally identifiable information of employees and contractors; protected health information of personnel; and facilities security information. Not to mention business interruption and reputational harm.

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