The potential for devastating damage posed by data breaches means that not-for-profits and other organizations shouldn’t pinch pennies in this area. These tips can help reduce the risks.
Data and information security
You can download much of your Facebook data, or a portion of those data.
This infographic shows how data breaches can be a serious problem for CPAs.
Natural disasters such as Hurricane Florence provide cybercriminals with an opportunity to cause further misery for victims and businesses that already are under siege.
Professionals who aren’t at the forefront of learning and testing ways to adopt these technologies risk getting left behind.
Novelty USB hubs and thumb drives are not usually your best option for business purposes for a few reasons.
This article discusses ways CPAs can leverage this new technology to improve client service.
Audrey Katcher, CPA/CITP, CGMA, a partner with RubinBrown LLP, explains how CPAs can help clients secure their data.
The easiest and least expensive way to set up a VPN is to subscribe to a VPN service provider.
A new CAQ tool addresses the topic.
In the accounting technology industry, machine learning systems are already working in the background.
A new tool can help board members understand what questions to ask in their oversight of cybersecurity risk management.
Four of out five respondents say they’ve changed their behavior in response to the threat of cyberbreaches affecting credit card and debit card processing systems.
The challenge for organizations is to not make the security questions so difficult that users are unable to remember their answers later.
Public companies received new guidance from the SEC on the disclosures they should make related to cybersecurity.
How to add password protection to IRS Form 941, Employer's Quarterly Tax Return.
Adapting defensive tools to be used in an analytic, predictive mode is a key to facing cybersecurity challenges, according to Bruce Sussman, CPA, payment card industry global executive for AIG.
Shark Tank star and cybersecurity expert Robert Herjavec said CPAs have an important role to play as trusted advisers on cybersecurity.
CPAs who possess the appropriate expertise can perform new consulting and attest services for clients under a recently released AICPA framework. Developing expertise in this area is the key.
In this video, Lisa Traina, CPA/CITP, CGMA, Traina & Associates, a CapinCrouse company, discusses the future of cybersecurity, including straightforward ways that organizations can shrink their risk.