[RECORDED WEBINAR] Security Blocking & Tackling

Anti-virus, encryption, and spam filtering are fundamental protection techniques that all organizations should have deployed. But with risks multiplying daily, are you using the right security technologies? Are there more protection capabilities that you should consider? In this session, you will learn about today’s risks and the best techniques and tools to protect your information technology and the sensitive data in your organization.

During this session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Understand the fundamental security tools needed to protect your firm
  • Apply the knowledge to improve security
  • Differentiate between various security tools

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Hosted by…

Randy Johnston, MCS

Randolph P. (Randy) Johnston, MCS has been a top rated speaker in the technology industry for over 40 years. He was inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame in 2011. He was selected as a Top 25 Thought Leader in Accounting from 2011-2017. His influence throughout the accounting industry is highlighted once again this year by being a recipient of the 2016 Accounting Today Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting award for the thirteenth consecutive year. Among his many other awards he holds the honor of being one of nine technology stars in the U.S. by Accounting Technology Magazine. Randy writes a monthly column for The CPA Practice Advisor, articles for the Journal of Accountancy, and creates articles for both accounting and technology publications, as well as being the author of numerous books. He has started and owns multiple businesses including K2 Enterprises in Hammond, Louisiana and Network Management Group, Inc. in Hutchinson, Kansas. NMGI has supported CPA firms for 30+ years and is the largest managed service provider serving the CPA profession in North America. His wife and four children enjoy many experiences together including theatre, music, travel, golf, skiing, snorkeling and model trains. His experience as a college instructor, management and technology consultant, and advisor to the profession will be obvious to you during this session.