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Steps for dealing with a data breach

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

The first thing an executive should do when a security breach occurs is make sure the vulnerability has been fixed. Afterward, you'll want to audit your IT system, summarize what happened and get lawyers and law enforcement involved. Be sure to notify affected parties, handle the negative publicity and contact your insurance company. Corporate Finance Insider (02/2015)


What to expect in Windows 10

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

Big Data case study: What forensic accountants need to know

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How to manage risks in the Internet of Things

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

Intuit responds to TurboTax fraud concerns

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

Accounting firms moving slowly toward cloud

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

Why moving to the cloud may be harder than it seems

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

Figuring out the what, why, and how of IT initiatives

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

What does net neutrality really mean?

InfoTech Update | Mar 05, 2015

2 lessons from the Anthem hack

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