Email, Record Retention, Destruction & SecurityCOURSE ID: DRD
The most recent legal requirements in electronic documents and communications
DESIGNED FOR: CPA firm partners and staff, CFOs and controllers, firm counsel, business owners, executivesFIELD OF STUDY: Business LawLEVEL: UpdatePREREQUISITES: NoneCOURSE PRODUCER: The Pros & The ConsCREDITS: 8.0OBJECTIVES:
Protect yourself under the rapidly changing laws of litigation, technology, privacy, electronic commerce and computer security.
16 things you will learn in Ben’s class… 1. Storage of accounting records in the cloud 2. Criminal prosecution of Arthur Andersen for destroying records 3. Legal requirement for record retention 4. Coping with the unique legal properties of e-mail 5. The risk of the proliferation of e-mail and other electronic records 6. The magic of computer forensic experts 7. How to protect yourself with the right record retention policies 8. Unraveling the confusion around electronic signatures 9. How computer forensic experts uncover damaging information 10. New Federal Rules on discovery of e-mail and other e-records in litigation. 11. Record retention requirements when employees use social networks (like Facebook and Twitter) for official business 12. The new laws requiring companies to notify customers of identity theft and consumer privacy and the punishment if you don’t 13. Your liability if you fail to secure e-records and information systems 14. How to develop policy for employees working from their own devices and services 15. Practical case studies showing how different enterprises manage their electronic records 16. IRS demand for taxpayer computer files
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