The Accountant's Ultimate Guide to Cybersecurity
Accounting and tax professionals are at high risk of cyberattacks simply because of what they do, the data they handle, and the clients they serve. And, if you’re a small to medium-sized firm, you’re at an even greater risk because criminals assume you don’t have the cybersecurity knowledge and safeguards larger businesses have. But it’s not just about that – tax and accounting professionals are legally obligated to safeguard data.
Don’t risk your business. This comprehensive guide will teach you about cybersecurity and actions you can implement to proactively protect your data and meet compliance obligations.
Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll learn:
- Chapter 1: See why cybersecurity has to be a top priority for your firm, including the possible legal and financial ramifications you may face if you don’t have a cybersecurity plan.
- Chapter 2: Learn about tax scams, common ways cybercriminals access data, and how to conduct a risk assessment to see where your firm is at risk.
- Chapter 3: Learn how to develop a strong cybersecurity program to lower your vulnerability and meet legal requirements.
- Chapter 4: Learn how to stay updated on the cybersecurity threats of tomorrow without having to become an IT expert.
- Chapter 5: See how a document management system will enhance your cybersecurity, as well as how to find the right vendor and integrate the solution into your tech stack.
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“Identity thieves always seem to find a hook to lure victims, and we increasingly see tax professionals as a target given the sensitive client data they handle.``
IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig