You are invited to attend one of two webinars for Accountants, CPAs, Lawyers, and Business Professionals covering this current and urgent topic:
“What Can You do to Prevent a Cyber Attack on your Data and Computers?”
- The first webinar will be held on Tuesday, July 27th from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. You can register here.
- The second webinar will be held on Thursday, July 29th from 10:00 – 11:00 am. You can register here.
David Levine, Founder & CEO of ResTech Solutions, will be presenting. ResTech Solutions is a Managed IT Service provider that has been helping businesses in Houston, TX since 2011.
Here is what happened to one accounting firm:
Squar Milner is one of the largest accounting firms in the United States offering wealth management, auditing, tax services, CFO advisory, and bankruptcy services. On March 25, 2020, the firm experienced inexplicable technical difficulties which led them to discover a data breach affecting their clients. The information possibly accessed by the hackers includes full names, addresses, social security numbers, Tax ID numbers, IRS filing information, and state tax submissions. Squar Milner is now covering the costs of 12 months of credit monitoring, dark web monitoring, and identity recovery services for the exposed individuals (clients).
If you cannot attend, you can let someone in your office who is concerned with your data and computer systems attend. Seating is limited.
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