Industry News: No Business is Too Small to be Attacked

No Business is Too Small to be Attacked

No firm or business is too small to be victimized by the growing number of sophisticated cyber criminals. The key is to take the proper steps to avoid situations that can put you out of business.

Many small business owners have fallen into traps simply because they believe they’re too “small” to get the attention of those charged with regulating operations.

Industry News: Get Off the Hackers' Hit List: Evolving Competencies for Finance Firms Today

Get Off the Hackers' Hit List: Evolving Competencies for Finance Firms Today

CPA practices, accounting firms and financial services organizations are increasingly wise to the ways of cybercriminals. They're proactively partnering with IT and business leaders to take preventative action, mitigate risk and avoid costly breaches.

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  • 08 Oct

    Disengaging to benefit your firm and the client

    The subject of disengaging is typically thought of as (at best) unpleasant, but disengaging can be a practice management tool that increases firm profitability and creates a better situation for both the CPA and the client.

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  • 02 Aug

    Online Education Opportunities Offering Free CPE

    We're happy to announce that we are offering four new webcasts and will continue to record new risk management content over the next several months. In addition, we are offering a wide selection of self-study courses leased from Checkpoint Learning. And as a reminder, all of our CPE is ava... read more

  • 12 Jul

    Malpractice Risks Increase During Difficult Economic Times

    In CAMICO's 35 years of experience, economic conditions have had a significant impact on CPA professional liability claims. In light of the current economic challenges, now more than ever, CPAs will need to be prepared and vigilant to minimize the potential of additional liability exposure... read more