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Information Technology

When was the Last Time you Assessed your Business’s Cyber-Security Risk? Now is the Time to Get Started by Steve Nouss, CPA, CGMA


Posted on July 20, 2018 by Steve Nouss

The frequency and sophistication of cybersecurity attacks continue to intensify leaving businesses, governments and not-for-profits with an ever-present risk of falling victim to data breaches. Cyberattacks not only disrupt normal business operations, they also erode public trust and can lead to irreparable reputational damage, loss of customers and intellectual property, litigation, and significant fines and […]

Navigating Tax Nexus in the Cloud by Karen A. Lake, CPA


Posted on August 18, 2017 by Karen Lake

There is no doubt that the rise of interconnectivity between networks, devices and apps have helped businesses in virtually all industries improve operational efficiency and personalize the customer experience. While more than half of U.S. states have made some progress in defining the sales taxability of digital goods and software, either by adopting the standards […]

Businesses Can No Longer Afford to Ignore the Threat of Cyber Attacks by Sean Chari


Posted on February 04, 2015 by Steve Nouss

On November 24, 2014, Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked, purportedly in response to a pending movie release. International headlines focused on the salacious details about the Hollywood executives and celebrities mentioned in the breached emails. Widely ignored by the news media was Sony’s lack of protection and monitoring of its IT environment, which exposed the […]