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In one of my final performances at Scaling New Heights (2018) I once again scared the 'you know what' out of the 200 or so attendees. If you missed out here are some key takeaways you would have learned. More in Part 2. more

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September 12, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. EST: This webinar from John Torvi will provide an overview of the various types of computer crime and fraud, methods to help prevent them, and explain insurance options. Sponsored by Landy Insurance. more

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June 13, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. EST: This course, taught by William "Murph" Murphy and Liz Scott and focuses on the QuickBooks database and how QuickBooks works. more

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Devastatingly poignant the attack on the City of Atlanta by SamSam Ransomware illustrates the importance of attending Cyber Security for You and Your Clients at Scaling New Heights 2018. more

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This article summarizes the cyber threat of 'Spear-phishing', just one of the cyber risks our own 'Murph' will be presenting during his Scaling New Heights 2018 course titled, "Cyber Security for You and Your Clients." more

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Spectre and Meltdown are on their way to a computer near you, perhaps even your own. more

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Late on Oct. 20, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a joint public warning concerning increased threats of cyber attacks. more

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Steal. Guess your username and password. If a hacker does it, the results could be devastating. Here are ways to sidestep the mess. more

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Murph explains how this feature gives you the ability to keep users logged in so they don't have to do so every time they open or switch Company files. more

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CPA & Associates' Larry L. Bertsch explains why if it can happen to the big guys, it can happen to you. Get his take on what you can do to protect yourself. more

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Murph's miniseries continues with a look at how cyber criminals attack you and offers some fundamental risk management steps you can take. more

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In the first of this two part series, Murph examines what's trending and what's on the way in terms of cyber risks. more

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Xero's head of security Paul Macpherson discusses what you can do to protect yourself from cyber criminals who are trying to steal your data. more

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In yet another look at the content he's teaching at this year's 'Scaling New Heights,' Murph looks at how the human factor greatly contributes to every employer's cyber risk. more

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Like all good conference instructors, Murph's write up on one of the many classes he's teaching covers 'Cyber Security for You and Your Clients.' Here's a snapshot. more

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Standing in the Wrong Spotlight

How did the Academy Awards' accounting firm, PwC, screw up 'Best Picture?' Citing human error, the mistake begs the question, 'Are you doing everything you can to protect your clients' interests? more

Mar 1, 2017 3:00 PM From The Editor

In the age of heightened cyber security, Learn to Trade's Cindy Parker sheds some light on the best practices you can use to keep your data safe. more

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Wi-Fi Danger

Public Wi-Fi can be hazardous to your welfare.

In his next series, Murph will be covering an issue related to the sessions he's teaching at this year's 'Scaling New Heights.' Here, he focuses on why you must safeguard against cyber crime when using public WiFi. more

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The Better Business Bureau warns that a new cyber attack is circulating as an email alert from QuickBooks. more

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Is your identity being stolen? It probably happens more often than you think. See what categories and geographic areas are at the most risk. more

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