CPAs practicing in mergers and acquisitions are familiar with the sensitive nature of their work and the potential for abuse of the information obtained. In addition to the conflict of interest created by trading on that information themselves, they must take extensive precautions to ensure that they do not allow that information to slip to […]
- Posted by Rickard Jorgensen
- Posted in Accountants' professional liability insurance, Client records, Client relations, Cyber Liability, Cyber resources, Cyber risk management, Data protection, Fraudulent Wire Transfers, policy coverage, risk management, security, Uncategorized
- Mar, 11, 2019
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