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Why LA CPAs are Using Multi Factor Authentication for Cloud Apps

If a bank were secured merely by the lock on the front door, would you think the bank manager was careless or short-sighted? More typically, a bank will have a highly secure safe, alarm systems, security pass cards, and lots of locks. Would you ...

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How a Security Assessment Benefits Los Angeles CPAs

Security threats are constantly emerging, targeting businesses of all sizes. A security assessment will evaluate your Los Angeles CPA firm’s security posture. An assessment will provide your firm with: A roadmap to prepare your network to mitigate ...

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6 Network Penetration Testing Tips for Los Angeles CPAs

A skilled penetration testing expert can detect slightest cracks in your Los Angeles CPA firm’s technology infrastructure. Conducting penetration tests on your firewalls, hardware, and Wi-Fi might help you sleep better at night. Here are six ideas ...

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Los Angeles CPAs Save Time with Paperless Document Management

Is your Los Angeles CPA office feeling claustrophobic with filing cabinets full of paper files? Have you ever thought about the storage costs of physical records or considered paperless document management? The accumulation of paper files in your ...

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Why Image Backups are Ideal for Los Angeles CPAs

Has your Los Angeles CPA firm performed an image backup to protect your sensitive client data? Has your company ever experienced a hardware failure due to malware, a virus, or an environmental mishap like spilled coffee? A computer image backup ...

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Why Data Leakage Should Matter to Los Angeles CPAs

Data leakage is the unauthorized transfer of information from a computer to outside of your Los Angeles CPA firm. As an accounting professional, information (or your client data) is the center of your world. Making sure your physical and electronic ...

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Why Los Angeles CPAs Should Use Dual Factor Authentication

Does your Los Angeles CPA firm use dual factor authentication, also known as two-factor authentication? A complex, unique password is good protection against having your data compromised by digital intruders. Regardless of how random your password ...

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LA CPAs: Ready for Windows Server 2003 End of Life?

Is your Los Angeles CPA firm ready for Windows Server 2003 End of Life (EOL)? If your accounting firm has been delaying the upgrade of your Windows Server software, July 14th should be a red-letter date on your calendar. After that date, there will ...

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8 Tips Los Angeles CPAs Need for Disaster Recovery Planning

Unexpected events like earthquakes can strike at any time. As a CPA in Los Angeles, you cannot afford to have your firm crippled by an unexpected event. Disaster recovery planning saves businesses. It protects them from the costly effects of ...

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Why LA CPAs Use Cloud Data Backup Solutions

Is your firm considering a cloud data backup solution? Without an effective data backup plan, CPAs in Los Angeles put their data at risk. This can lead to compliance violations, fines, penalties, and unplanned downtime time if your data is lost or ...

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7 Data Encryption Best Practices for LA CPAs

According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and popularized by Wikipedia, data encryption is defined as encoding information so that only authorized parties can read that information. While it’s fairly simple in concept, many CPAs in LA ...

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