Does your CPA business meet the FTC Cyber Security requirements?
On June 9th, a new compliance law will go into effect that will have a significant impact on CPAs. The law, known as the Cybersecurity Act, requires all CPAs to implement and maintain a comprehensive cybersecurity program.
The law defines a cybersecurity program as "a set of policies, procedures, and technologies that are designed to protect a CPA's information systems and data from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction."
The law requires CPAs to:
- Assess their cybersecurity risks
- Implement appropriate controls to mitigate those risks
- Monitor and test their cybersecurity program on a regular basis
- Report any cybersecurity incidents to the appropriate authorities
The law also provides for civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance.
In order to help CPAs comply with the new law, we are offering a free PEN test and Vulnerability Assessment. These services will help you identify and mitigate your cybersecurity risks.
What is a PEN test?
A PEN test is an authorized attempt to gain unauthorized access to a computer system or network. PEN tests are used to identify and assess security vulnerabilities.
What is a Vulnerability Assessment?
A Vulnerability Assessment is a process of identifying and assessing security vulnerabilities in a computer system or network. Vulnerability Assessments are used to identify potential security risks and to prioritize remediation efforts.
How can these services help me comply with the new compliance law?
Our free PEN test and Vulnerability Assessment can help you identify and mitigate your cybersecurity risks. This will help you comply with the new compliance law and protect your clients' data.
As a special offer to CPAs, we are offering a free PEN test and vulnerability assessment. This offer is valid until June 8, 2023.
To learn more about the PEN test and Vulnerability Assessment, schedule time below or contact us at 877-468-1230.