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Remote Work and Cybersecurity MAPCast Offered on April 23

By Kimberly Fantaci posted 04-20-2020 11:21 AM

  
With the sudden and jolting push to remote work across the country, cybersecurity has never been more important. As coronavirus scams explode, and the number of breaches takes an alarming rise, now is the perfect time to re-focus on how to maximize the safety of your firm, and your clients. CPAFMA in cooperation with Chesapeake Professional Liability Brokers will be hosting a MAPCast on April 23, Remote Work and Cybersecurity: Protecting Yourself and Your Clients that will focus on:

- Awareness of common scams and the importance of employee security awareness training;
- Easy steps firms can take to minimize the odds of fraudulent money transfers;
- Remote worker and mobile device use policy considerations;
- How every firm can assist their clients with cybersecurity;
- Common signs of a breach at CPA firms and businesses at large;
- The role of cyber insurance given current threats;
- Cybersecurity law considerations for firms and businesses.

Free additional takeaways will include: sample remote work and mobile device policy templates; a sample checklist for common signs of a potential breach at CPA firms; digital copies of the speaker's best-selling books: Open Before Crisis: Cyber Insurance for CPA Firms and Damage Control: Cyber Insurance and Compliance, and True Course: The Definitive for CPA Practice Insurance.

Join Joseph E. Brunsman, Vice President & Chief Content Officer and Dan Hudson, CPCU, Founder & President, Chesapeake Professional Liability Brokers, Inc. on April 23 at 11:30 AM EST to better understand how to protect your firm as well as your clients.

To register, click here.

Members may also find copies of Open Before Crisis: Cyber Insurance for CPA Firms and Damage Control: Cyber Insurance and Compliance on CPAFMA's Connect. These e-books are invaluable tools during this unprecedented time of remote work and the support of these co-authors is very much appreciated.

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