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Podcast: Cybersecurity & Fraud

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In this session, James Jumes, Partner, AAFCPAs Business & IT Advisory, warns of some of today’s most prevalent and damaging IT security risks and cyber threats, and provides advice on how organizations can take steps to protect themselves. James, joined by AAFCPAs’ Vassilis Kontoglis and David Consigli, shares countermeasures to risks, including: people, processes, and technologies.

Watch this video clip (1 min 21 sec„) for a summary; and then download the full audio of the session recorded May 6th, 2016 at AAFCPAs’ Annual Nonprofit Educational Seminar.

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About the Author

James Jumes
James joined AAFCPAs in 2013 to lead the Business Advisory Services practice. He has more than 25 years of experience working with information technology systems and diverse business operational processes. James is highly experienced in IT controls and assurance, SOX 404, and Service Organization Control (SOC) reports: SOC 1 (SSAE 18), SOC 2, SOC 2+ and 3 attestation reporting.  James developed a unique methodology to delivering SOC reporting services, and he is an AICPA-approved Peer Review SOC Specialist, assisting peer review teams to review SOC 1, 2, 2+ and 3 engagements. He is a HITRUST Certified Common Security Framework (CSF) Practitioner, providing HITRUST CSF self-assessment consulting, or SOC 2 + HITRUST for assessing against the evolving compliance landscape shaped by HITECH, HIPAA, CMS and various other federal, state and business requirements.