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Tax season 2022 is upon us. In this blog post, we’re sharing news and information about security and privacy concerns straight from the IRS. Maintain your security through tax season and beyond with these tips.
Most people would be hard-pressed to describe the difference between an accountant and a bookkeeper. While these financial roles share common goals, they support different stages of the accounting process. And no matter what, both professions should use cloud hosting technology to conduct business. Find out why here.
Hackers don’t care how busy you are or if you work for a smaller-sized business. Actually, busy, typically-defenseless users are the exact cyber-hack victims they look for. Keep your data and information secure and avoid their cyber attack tricks with these five tips.
Last week, Roman Kepczyk participated in CPA Practice Advisor’s Ensuring Success event alongside thought leaders David Cieslak and Eric McMillen. The main topic of the day? Accounting firm security. Get the wrap-up of the discussion, and find out what you can do to become a more secure firm now.
The holiday season is ramping up and so are the hackers. They know how much we all need to get done before year-end; they also know that we’re working quickly, and there’s a better chance a hack will be successful. So before doing anything else, review three easy security tips—then go implement them.
From cloud security thwarting attacks to profiting from a flood—our October wrap-up has it all. Learn how cloud technology protects accounting firms from natural disasters, cyber threats and more. Enter if you dare!
These days, cyber attacks can be initiated via click, open, or even by pressing “play.” How is anyone supposed to stay safe? Get our cybersecurity tips and start protecting your business today.
By now if you’re running a business – big or small – you’re well aware of ransomware. You’ve heard of the airports, transportation systems, utilities and hotels that have been attacked. Here’s how to avoid becoming another headline-making ransomware victim.
What’s even scarier than someone hacking just “because”? When that someone is a someone you trust—and possibly even hired—at work. In this post, we’ll be easin’ into spooky season with a wrap-up of advice about protecting your firm from external and internal threats.
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