Most tax and accounting professionals know that data security is a hot topic and have some protections in place for their tech stack, However, surface-level security is not enough to meet the IRS 4557 Security Six requirements. You need to go deeper into device-level and data-driven security practices. The question that arises is how? The process doesn’t need to be intimidating as The Designated Motivator, Dawn Brolin, CPA and owner of Powerful Accounting will show you in this webinar.
Partnering with Visory, CTO, Wes Stillman, Dawn is diving deep to help you evaluate and evolve your security planning to meet the ever-increasing risks that make tax and accounting professionals and their teams particularly vulnerable to experiencing data theft and losses as well as those that threaten the continuity of their firm’s operations.
In this session you will learn:
Why it’s not enough to focus solely on the software solutions that you’re using in your firm, and how you need to approach protecting all of your devices as well.
How to evaluate your current technology to ensure you have the essential tools and protections you need to run your firm effectively. Specific strategies for meeting the requirements of the IRS 4557 “Security Six” requirements that many standard security practices do not typically address.
The components of the deep security strategy and plan that all PTIN holders need to have enacted in their practices to satisfy the IRS 4557 requirements before this tax season begins. It’s time to deep six your hidden security risks and get your security plan in place to satisfy the IRS 4557 requirements before tax and busy season hit.
Attend this webinar to get all of the tools, technology and actionable steps you need to check this off your list to achieve peace of mind and new levels of productivity. Register now.