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  • ONE YEAR LATER - What have we really learned from the Equifax breach?

    ONE YEAR LATER - What have we really learned from the Equifax breach?

    Equifax announced the data breach that shook the world in September 2017—three months after the company discovered it. Malicious actors snatched consumer data by making the most of a...

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  • 11 Red Flags to Watch For When Hiring

    11 Red Flags to Watch For When Hiring

    In the battle for top tech talent, the wrong hire can be devastating. So do your tech team the favor of watching out for these warning signs before offering the job. It’s a hiring...

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  • Phishing the GDPR Data Subject Rights

    Phishing the GDPR Data Subject Rights

    Companies across the globe are now working toward compliance with the EU GDPR, while phishers may be preparing to exploit their new compliance processes. Airbnb first fell prey to a...

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  • NIST CSF 2018

    NIST CSF 2018

    The 2018 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cyber Security Framework is an updated version of the first version published in 2014. Notably, the two versions of the...

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  • The Security Implications of Using a Virtual PA

    The Security Implications of Using a Virtual PA

    Is Outsourcing Your Admin Safe? To put it plainly, the world of work has changed dramatically within the last several years. Once upon a time, a person could expect to stay in the same...

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  • Every CPA Firm Needs to be a Security Company

    Every CPA Firm Needs to be a Security Company

    In 2018, the year of artificial intelligence, internet of things, blockchain, and big data, it is safe to say more and more companies are emerging to be technology companies. In the...

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  • GDPR – Perspective from a Seasoned Auditor 3 Months in @ BoxWorks

    GDPR – Perspective from a Seasoned Auditor 3 Months in @ BoxWorks

    This week, I had the privilege of sitting on a panel, with Crispen Maung, the chief compliance officer at Box along with Hendrik Reese, a senior manager and GDPR practice lead from...

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  • Flight Delayed Because Of A "Technology Issue"? Better Get Used To It

    Flight Delayed Because Of A "Technology Issue"? Better Get Used To It

    If you had a ticket on Delta Air Lines last week, maybe your flight was delayed a few hours. You better get used to it. Flight delays because of a "technology issue" are becoming the...

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  • California’s Proposed IoT Bill

    California’s Proposed IoT Bill

    Now also known as the growing Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices are becoming more and more integrated into our everyday lives, continuously collecting our personal and...

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  • PCI in 3…2…1

    PCI in 3…2…1

    A fresh new release of the PCI SSC's flagship security standard PCI-DSS v 3.2.1

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  • California Privacy Act Vs. The General Data Protection Regulation

    California Privacy Act Vs. The General Data Protection Regulation

    Organizations across the globe are making their way back to the ‘war room’ to analyze their applicability against one of the most comprehensive data privacy laws sweeping the US

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  • Security in a Post-GDPR World

    Security in a Post-GDPR World

    With so much focus on organizational compliance and privacy adoption, it’s easy to overlook the important role that individuals can play as their own privacy and security advocates....

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  • Tax Pros Struggle With ‘Brute Force’ Cyberattacks

    Tax Pros Struggle With ‘Brute Force’ Cyberattacks

    Tax professionals handling their clients’ personal information can’t rely on vigilance alone to thwart hackers trying to gain access to their mobile devices.

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  • Technology vs. The Human

    Technology vs. The Human

    The digital age has completely recalibrated society, as there has been a major transformation in how society lives, acts, works and plays.

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  • How Smart Contracts Can Create a Competitive Edge

    How Smart Contracts Can Create a Competitive Edge

    Removing third parties speeds transactions and reduces their cost CFOs and finance departments are always looking for reductions in cost and increases in speed and efficiency in...

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  • ComplyRight Data Breach Affects 662,000, Gets Lawsuit

    ComplyRight Data Breach Affects 662,000, Gets Lawsuit

    A data breach at ComplyRight, a firm that provides HR and tax services to businesses, may have affected 662,000 people, according to a state agency. It has also prompted a lawsuit,...

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  • Schellman Recognized as a Top 100 Accounting Firm by INSIDE Public Accounting

    Schellman Recognized as a Top 100 Accounting Firm by INSIDE Public Accounting

    Schellman has been ranked as one of the largest accounting firms in the United States by INSIDE Public Accounting

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  • Schellman to Join PCI Global Executive Assessor Roundtable (GEAR)

    Schellman to Join PCI Global Executive Assessor Roundtable (GEAR)

    Schellman is pleased to announce that it will join the newly founded Global Executive Assessor Roundtable, the advisory group of senior executives at assessor companies for the payment...

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  • GDPR and Its Effect Since the Go-Live Date

    GDPR and Its Effect Since the Go-Live Date

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has now come into force, has a primary aim of strengthening the data rights of European Union residents. Moreover, it helps...

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  • What is Considered PHI or ePHI?

    What is Considered PHI or ePHI?

    The question of what is considered Protected Health Information (PHI) / Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) seems like it should be very simple to answer.  Unfortunately,...

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