Nick Graf, an ethical hacker with CNA, discusses all the cyber threats that go bump in the night and ways to prevent them from harming your business.
Data and information security
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The framework gives an organization’s management criteria for explaining its cybersecurity risk management program and provides CPAs with guidance to be used in engagements to report on clients’ cybersecurity controls.
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The decision of the IRS and some states to recommend—or, in a few cases, require—the use of driver’s license numbers as form of authentication on electronically filed personal tax returns has made them a higher-value target for hackers and other criminals.
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AICPA proposals would guide design and evaluation of cyber risk management.
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These steps can help close holes in your cybersecurity setup.
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Repairing damage from a cyberattack involves more than systems upgrades and password strength.
The IRS announced that the electronic filing personal identification number (e-file PIN) tool is “no longer available” after it detected additional attacks on the system.
The TIGTA criticized the IRS’s failure to identify and assist all taxpayers whose tax return and other data may have been accessed by cybercriminals in last year’s Get Transcript breach.
Now is a good time to update critical controls and close backdoors that can increase your or your company’s exposure to potential cybersecurity attack damages.