New York (Aug. 31, 2004) -- With privacy services a burgeoning practice discipline for CPAs, the American Institute of CPAs is offering a series of privacy-related resources to help its members learn more about privacy services and how to incorporate them into their practices.

“Privacy services are a terrific new service area for CPAs,” said Everett Johnson, chair of the AICPA’s Privacy Task Force. “CPAs are in a unique position to examine privacy practices, help entities manage privacy risk and help them turn sound privacy practices into a marketplace advantage.”

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