In today's digital age, cybersecurity is critical to the success of businesses, particularly for accountants who deal with sensitive financial information. This course aims to equip accounting professionals with the knowledge and skills to mitigate cyber-attack risks and protect their organizations' valuable data.
The How to Protect Your Practice and Your Clients Information course covers essential cybersecurity principles, threat landscape, attack vectors, and risk management techniques specific to accounting. It will begin with an overview of cybersecurity, including the different types of threats, their impact, and the regulatory environment. Participants will then delve into the fundamentals of cybersecurity risk management, including risk identification, assessment, and mitigation.
The course will also cover the cybersecurity controls accountants should implement to secure their firm’s data and systems.
Furthermore, the course will address the cybersecurity challenges specific to the accounting industry, such as the risks associated with cloud computing, mobile devices, and remote access. Participants will also learn about the best practices for secure data management, such as data backups, disaster recovery planning, and incident response.
Participants will gain an understanding of how these technologies can help accountants protect their organizations' data from cyber threats.
By the end of this course, participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to safeguard their firm’s data and systems against cyber attacks. They will be able to identify potential cybersecurity risks and implement effective controls to manage them, ultimately increasing their organization's resilience to cyber threats.
• Learn cybersecurity best practices
• Learn what the IRS requires of practitioners
• How to create a data plan
• How to prevent a breach
Bellator Cyber Guard
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Knowledge of Cybersecurity Challenges
Group Internet Based
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