Cyber security for accountants

3 ways to protect yourself and your clients online

whitepaper

Large corporate targets are getting harder to breach as they often have the resources to constantly upgrade and improve their security systems. But small businesses are a growing target, with 43% of cyber attacks targeted at them as they are seen as easier to breach.

The first step to creating a safer accounting practice is to understand the common ways cybercriminals get access to sensitive information. This whitepaper focuses on what's most important for accountants, including:

  • Recognising the security risks faced online, and the accountant's role in protecting sensitive information
  • Exploring steps you can take to lower the risks of a breach
  • A 3-part plan you can implement right away 

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