In this session, Jim Bourke will discuss recent trends in cyber theft and share some best practices on how CPA’s can “better” protect private and confidential data housed within their firm.
Whether in public, private, government or education, every CPA has a responsibility to exercise due professional care when it comes to protecting private data. There is no guarantee that you’ll never be hacked, regardless of the protections you put in place, but Jim will share some tips to help insure that you’ll be better protected.
He’ll review best practices for everything from password selection to wi-fi connectivity to phishing attacks. He’ll also share some easy ways to make the complex password selection process a breeze.
Jim will wrap up the session with a 30,000 foot view of the new AICPA Cybersecurity Attestation Examination Engagement and show you ways to monetize this revenue stream for your firm.
CPA, CITP, CFF, CGMA,
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