Compliance, Client Collaboration and Cybersecurity: The Zero Trust Handbook for Accounting Firms

Redefining the role of the accountant as trusted advisor in a zero trust world

The drumbeat of warnings about cybersecurity threats has grown louder each year, but for many accounting firms, the never-ending narrative of new risks, remediation practices, and regulatory issues has become overwhelming.

While many firms may have eluded these threats to date, the emergence of the current zero trust environment in which we all should operate requires a renewed commitment to addressing cybersecurity internally and externally for accounting firms due to the risk insufficient oversight can have on both firms themselves and their clients.

How can firms respond to the demands of Zero Trust in their practices?

Andrew Wall, CPA, Founder of CPA4IT, an accounting firm specializing in serving IT consultants, weighs in. In this eBook, you’ll learn:

  • The definition of zero trust and why it’s important
  • How to leverage experienced technology partners to mitigate your security risk
  • Wall’s best practices for evaluating components of a complete cybersecurity infrastructure

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