Is your CPA Properly Securing Tax Records?

With tax season right around the corner for most people in the U.S., have you ever questioned your accountant about his or her security practices? Your accountant has some of your most personal financial information and they must be diligent with security and securing tax records.

How to Prevent Your Emails from Ending up on WikiLeaks

The Democratic National Committee’s convention in Philadelphia was expected to be a predictable gathering focused on discrediting the opposition.  Instead, the Democrats found themselves embroiled in a fast-paced spy thriller full of unexpected twists and turns.  

New York Cyber Security Regulations: Is this the beginning?

The state of New York has unveiled recommendations regarding cyber security regulations. They are directed at any company within the state that is governed by the Department of Financial Services – banks, insurance companies, and other financial services institutions.

File Sync and Sharing — What You Need to Know


Collaboration between employees is one of the largest drivers of productivity in our modern era. Telegram, telephone, fax, and email have brought the ideal of instantaneous communication closer and closer over the years.

Never Underestimate the Risk of a Cyber Attacker

Twenty-two million victims. Personnel records for an additional 4.2 million people. A pool of affected parties which include intelligence officials, law enforcement officers, and members of the diplomatic corps. Two million victims left un-notified.

CyberSec News - September 2016

October is National Cyber Security Awareness month in the United States.  Businesses and individuals must be aware of the threats that we are all facing from cyber crime and take the necessary steps to protect information and assets.

Securing America - The U.S. Presidential Debate

Monday night Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred in the first of three presidential debates.  Many topics were discussed, but the moderator in particular brought up one topic that is of the utmost importance – Securing America. 

Yahoo! Largest Cyber Attack of All Time

Yahoo was the latest victim to cyber crime - it is the largest cyber attack of all time, with 500 million accounts compromised by what appears to be a state-sponsored actor.  Yahoo made the announcement late last week that the event occurred in 2014 and has found no evidence that the malicious actor is still in their network.

Trust No One: How to Secure File Uploads from Customers

For a lot of companies, file upload is one of the main methods for doing business with the public. As an example, let’s say that you’re customer doing business with a health insurance agency, and they’d like some records from you. Unless there’s a problem with your application, you’re not likely to ever communicate with a specific agent.

FBI Election Flash Alert: Increase Computer Security

With less than 55 days until the U.S. Presidential Election, what have you done to shore up your election data and infrastructure security?  


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