With the current climate of security breaches globally it's time to break things down about how you and your firm can be more proactive in protecting data. What are the best practices in managing your personal passwords, client passwords securely? How you can spot red flags for fraudulent emails and overall ways to mitigate your risk? Finally, when vetting technology what questions you should be asking to decrease your risk and ensure their best practices are serving you and your client well.
Best practices in password security
Identifying risks and how to take immediate action
Vetting technology before you bring it in house
Byron Patrick started his career as a public practicing CPA. He eventually embraced his passion for technology and merged it with his experiences in public accounting and transitioned to technology. He joined Network Alliance in 2016 to lead their business development in the accounting industry. Byron is a former Chair of the Maryland Association of CPAs and is known nationally as an industry thought leader. Byron is a frequent speaker at many State and National conferences. He has contributed to many industry publications over the years.
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