Featured speaker, Nancy A. Cohen, CPA.CITP, CIPP discusses the considerations for safeguarding personally identifiable information. As systems and processes become more complex and sophisticated, ever more personal information are being collected. Because more data is being collected and held, personal information may be at risk to a variety of vulnerabilities, including loss, misuse, unauthorized access, and unauthorized disclosure. Reference will be made to supplemental resources available to listeners through the InfoTech website that includes an upcoming webinar that provides comprehensive guidance towards the prevention of compromise of your or your clients records or data that contain personally identifiable information.
Technology is an integral part of our business and personal lives, affecting virtually everything we do and experience in some form or fashion. CPAs are trusted business advisers, technologically competent and intricately involved in the flow of information within business. In support of these efforts, the AICPA established the Top Technology Initiatives project in the late 1980s, bringing together many of the most technologically astute members of the CPA profession to build member awareness about important and emerging technologies that will contribute to the profession. In the Top Technology Initiatives Podcast CPAs and non-CPA technology experts discuss IT-related issues and trends affecting financial management, and how they are likely to affect CPAs in their practice, organizations and the communities they serve.
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