Author: Anne Strong

Tips & Tricks of the Month from Sage Intacct: Customization

A great Sage Intacct tip is that you can customize your account to better suit your organization’s needs, creating a custom workspace that is appropriate and suited just for you. The system allows you to create custom dashboards in order to view the reports that matter most to you in a concise and real-time manner….

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Tips & Tricks of the Month from Sage Intacct: Using Notations

An easy way to ensure that an account’s activity is clear to all team members is to create notations in the Financial Report Writer. With Notations, creators can quickly add a column anywhere in a report to provide notes and explanations. You can add notations for multiple accounts in the report or just a single…

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IP Reputation: Are You Being Blacklisted?

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     Your organization’s reputation can be influenced by a variety of factors including brand image, online reviews, social media presence, customer experience, and more. Each of these elements factors into the overall image of the organization. When it comes to your internet reputation, important elements are different…

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Brand Monitoring: Tracking Your Social Footprint

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     Have you ever wondered how end users view your company? Is your domain seen as safe and trusted? Is your website optimized? These are just some of the areas that business analytics tools assess to evaluate your brand. Every organization is adapting to the changing digital…

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Web Ranking: How Do You Measure Up?

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     While web ranking is not necessarily a security concern, having insight into the popularity of your website helps measure the success of ad campaigns, assess visitor engagement with your content, and identify opportunities for growth. Web ranking sites include Alexa, Cisco, and Majestic, and each site…

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Fraudulent Applications: Are Attackers Pretending to be You?

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     When downloading a new app, be sure it’s from a credible source. Hackers can create fraudulent applications that look very similar in name or appearance to well-known apps. To make matters worse, these fake apps can sometimes be found on trusted sites like the Apple or…

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Fraudulent Domains: Are You a Victim of Typosquatting?

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     Fraudulent domains look very similar to your organization’s domain name and are used to fool people into thinking they are interacting with you. These domains are often used in phishing attacks, which according to CSO Online, account for more than 80% of all reported security incidents….

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Preparing for an Audit Made Easier with Financial Compilations and Reviews

By: Steven Lyons, CPA | Senior Manager, Outsourced Accounting and Advisory Services  In addition to providing a more cost-effective alternative to a financial statement audit, compilations and reviews offer businesses and nonprofit organizations a number of important advantages. Perhaps most important, compilations and reviews help your organization prepare for a future financial audit because they…

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DNS Health: Ensure your organizations’ identity is protected

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     Your organization’s domain name (e.g. “example.com”) serves as the base of operations for your online identity – helping interested parties to find you and connect with you online. However, the underlying machine language of the internet is based on numbers. Every site on the internet has…

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Network Security: Building Resiliency

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard Blog Series     It’s not just about disruption or inconvenience. A compromised technology incident can have a detrimental impact on your organization’s processes, mission, and reputation. A review of your external network security risk should include looking at any risk that is related to your perimeter network – or…

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