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Just as your CPA firms have rapidly adapted to a near 100% telework environment for months now, hackers and cybercriminal syndicates are evolving their techniques to exploit this expanded work-from-home IT ecosystem.
The cyber security threat matrix is always shifting, changing and adapting at light speed to exploit gaps created by vulnerabilities in software, IT tools, and, most of all, human error and inconsistent cyber security training on the part of companies.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced CPA firms that were lagging behind the IT and security curves to rapidly deploy a remote work infrastructure. And in some cases, security was superseded by a desperate need to remain operational within a chaotic situation.
This is all understandable. But be aware that cybercriminals and hackers understand this too, and will seize any opportunity to “get in” via more vulnerable home networks tapped into your CPA firm’s IT infrastructure. The threat is real and the Big 5 are not the only companies in the hackers’ sites.
Cetrom is here to help. We’ve been operating as a near 100% telework company for years and have unparalleled experience in cyber security measures, software and tools that can keep your CPA firm client data as safe as possible. We’ve gained new knowledge during the initial phases of COVID-19 and we continue to learn as the situation has changed over time.
Here are Cetrom’s top eight telework cyber security tips for CPA firms adjusting to the pandemic new normal:
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