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  • Cybersecurity: Five essential truths
    What is the level of unauthorized access of data in the cloud? Cyber risks are omnipresent and ever increasing, compelling CFOs across large and mid-market organizations to stay focused on planning their corporate responses to these risks. To have any chance of winning the cyber wars, there are several realities that CFOs need to understand. Learn the five essential truths of cybersecurity.
  • Accounting Roundup: Third quarter in review — 2014
    This issue features on The FASB's new ASU on going concern and proposed ASUs on cloud computing fees, extraordinary items and subsequent measurement of inventory. Read more about the recent EITF activities, including the final consensuses and consensuses-for-exposure reached at the Task Force's September 2014 meeting.
  • The SEC's focus on cybersecurity
    Traditional methods of addressing cyber risks have focused predominantly on preventing cyber incidents. How can large and mid-market investment advisors remain secure, vigilant and resilient about cyber security threats? Learn more about the SEC’s cybersecurity Risk Alert.
  • Heads Up — Accounting for real estate sales under the new revenue standard
    The framework of the new revenue model and highlights key accounting issues and potential challenges for entities that account for real estate disposals under U.S. GAAP. These issues and potential challenges apply to both real estate sales that are an output of an entity’s ordinary activities and real estate disposals that are outside an entity’s ordinary activities.
  • Heads Up — Boards issue guidance on revenue from contracts with customers
    FASB and IASB issued their final standard on revenue from contracts with customers, outlines a single comprehensive model for entities to use in accounting for revenue arising from contracts with customers and supersedes most current revenue recognition guidance, including industry-specific guidance.
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