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Better Understanding PCI Penetration Testing Requirements

If your company takes credit cards, you may be wondering if you are required to have a penetration test. In the past, it had been voluntary, but with PCI

SOC 2 Reports: Common Control Exceptions and How to Avoid Them

In performing SOC 2 examinations, we often come across the same types of control exceptions. To assist organizations with avoiding these exceptions, we’ve

Transfer Pricing: A Reporting Requirement for Multinational Corporations

It should come as no surprise that large companies often create affiliate and/or subsidiary companies to carry out various parts of their operations across

Understanding Cyberthreats in our Energy Infrastructure

Cybercrime Motive Most cyberattacks are simply motivated by money – revenue from cybercrime has reached nearly $1.5 trillion per year. The majority
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Effective Dividends to Receive a 100% Deduction under New Proposed Treasury Regulations

It should come as no surprise that taxpayers seek to minimize tax liability and maximize tax benefit. One way to achieve that result is for taxpayers to

Don't Acquire the Data Breach - The Importance of Cybersecurity and Information Technology Due Diligence

Co-Authored by: Eric Fair As businesses evolve through mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the ever-changing technology landscape continues to provide

An Inflow of Opportunity: Tax-Free Repatriation of Foreign Source Income from a Controlled Foreign Corporation

For more than fifty years, and subject to many exceptions, U.S. shareholders have been utilizing the controlled foreign corporation (“CFC”)

Lessons Every Company Can Learn From the Decline of Sears

On October 15, Sears Holdings, owner of the once-beloved Sears department stores, filed for bankruptcy protection. While the company’s decline has
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What You Need to Know About the Ohio Data Protection Act

What Is the Ohio Data Protection Act? On August 3, 2018, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the Ohio Data Protection Act (“the Act”) into law.

What is Ransomware?

Learn what ransomware is and why this cyber threat is so dangerous.
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