WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, CFOs, Presidents and financial decision makers.
Thursday, January 24th 2019 from 12:00-12:30pm CT
CPA firms are heading into by far the busiest time of their year – and most vulnerable. During tax season, more sensitive data is being shared between multiple parties than at any other time during the year, leaving both CPA firms and the clients they serve open to malicious attacks and fraud. Even more troubling, many CPAs do not realize that data security is now a necessity for every Authorized IRS e-File Provider and tax professional, whether a partner in a large firm or a sole practitioner.
Join Alliant Cybersecurity President Rizwan Virani, Vice Chairman Frank Tirelli and Vice President Jon Murphy as they review the top cyber threats to CPAs during busy season, and unpack what business owners need to know in 2019. The presentation will answer the following key questions:
- Protecting Against Tax Return Fraud: How Can I Better Protect My Sensitive Data & Conform to IRS Standards?
- What is Business Email Compromise (BEC)? How Can I Avoid Being a Victim?
- What Steps Can I Take to Improve the Cyber Hygiene of My Business?
Organizations of all sizes need to not only understand the importance of educating their workforce on effective cybersecurity protocols, but also the necessity of having a strategic response plan in place in the event of a breach.
If you are a business owner or CPA looking to take serious action toward protecting your business, your firm or your clients from cyber threats, you won’t want to miss this presentation.