Reprinted with permission of Insightful Accountant
The Age of Information has introduced new habits, which call for new precautions. These days, we all deal with several user accounts at different websites and services. We have been taught the importance of on-line security and the vitality of choosing safe passwords and taking a number of precautions to preserve our accounts’ data integrity.
This is now common sense.
What about services like accounting, which often involve managing accounts and passwords for clients? In this case, one must be extra careful, since there is the firm’s reputation at stake, as well as the client’s privacy.
There are a number of best practices that should be observed to keep private data safe. Here are five to consider:
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Cindy Parker is a professional writer and Content Specialist. She loves to write about small businesses, education and languages. Currently, she works for Learn to Trade – a currency trading education company based in Australia.