Services at The Technology Group,
opened a program that showed what
activity was going on across the
CSCPA wirelesss network at that very
moment, as a few individuals checked
their email on iPads and Blackberrys.
ing up an email with a password-pro-
tected QuickBooks file. Using software
he'd downloaded after a simple Google
search, he hacked the password and
opened the file and the client's confi-
dential financial information within
three seconds. The moral of the story?
All CPAs must be incredibly diligent to
protect themselves, their reputations,
and their clients.
incredibly insightful as to how quickly
everyone accessing the wireless net-
work in the room could be compro-
mised," Christine Fitzsimmons com-
mented after the presentation.
Technology Group, went on to share
some hacking "horror stories."
mentary to members in good standing,
launched this fall with a roster of five
sessions covering portals, hot tech-
nologies for CPAs, privacy policies,
HIPAA standards, and more.
stand snapshots of complicated
issues, designed to empower CSCPA
members to take action to both protect
themselves and improve productivity
Technology Group, LLC, was "excel-
lent," Norm Holland said, marking the
next Tech Tuesday on his calendar.
discussed], but this cleared up a lot of
the fuzziness and brought things into
Rothauser] did a wonderful job distilling
Tuesday meetings and to sign up for
email reminders of upcoming sessions,
Greg Rothauser (second from right) at the inaugural Tech Tuesday program at the CSCPA
software security options.