As you know, tax identify theft, data breaches and online hacks are on the rise. Tax professionals like you may be responsible for information that, if compromised, can threaten the identity and financial security of your clients, firm and staff, third parties and more.

So what do you really need to know to help protect your firm and client data?
Join this webcast to see how you can take steps to help keep hackers out. You’ll learn:

• What the IRS has discovered in tax identity frauds and data breaches
• Ways that firms are being compromised
• Tips on developing a security framework and handling breaches
• Practices that firms can implement to help reduce their vulnerability

Information security is not a new priority — you’ve likely been focused on keeping data as safe and secure as possible. But with constant regulatory changes and new threats, it’s more important than ever to regularly seek the latest guidance from your technology and legal advisors on data security practices for your firm.

Key Speakers

Christine Wiseman
Product Manager, Centralized Services & Transitions, Thomson Reuters
Brian Thomas
Special Agent, National Identity Theft Coordinator - Refund Crimes IRS Criminal Investigation
Daniel Hood
Moderator Editor in Chief, Accounting Today