The vulnerabilities of information technology (IT) have spawned a proliferation of Privacy statutes that create new exposures and obligations to all organizations. This Course addresses the SEC (US Securities & Exchange Commission) views regarding disclosure obligations of Public companies and how they apply to accountants. It provides practical steps accounting firms can follow to identify cyber risks, measure exposures, improve information security while mitigating and and transferring risk.
judging the potential costs to a company of a successful cyber-attack loss of intellectual property breach of customer data privacy service and business interruptions damage to physical infrastructure (e.g. corrupted servers) loss of brand value response costs loss of stock market value regulatory inquiries class action litigation management distraction
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