Daily Skopos analyses cyber security risks
of your accounting firm, employees, processes and IT
Do you have sufficient insight into information and security risks at your office and your client?
✓ Strict European legislation on the way
With the introduction of new European cyber security guidelines, called NIS2, the European Union wants to force companies to put their cyber security in order.
✓ Reputation & continuity under pressure
Accountants and customers are concerned about the impact of ransomware on the reputation and continuity of the organization. With Skopos you can reassure your customers.
✓ Little insight into safety
Client and accountant have no insight into information security risks. With this tool you can offer that to the customer. The information can be used in, for example, the management letter.
✓ Complex systems are costly
Our solution provides insight in a simple way. Skopos is a risk analysis tool so that you can have a conversation and discuss the risks with the client.
Register for our free webinar and ask your questions right away!
Learn immediately which three things you as an accountant can already do to make your office safer.
Cyberaudit is an opportunity for accountants!
✓ Broaden your services to clients with dashboard, reporting, report factual findings
✓ Bring more added value to client inManagement Letter or audit report
✓ Have a better understanding of IT risks (in particular cyber risico’s) for the purpose of auditing annual accounts
✓ More efficient audit approach (partly) of IT environment
✓ Your own office more cybersafe
Insight into cybersecurity risks
of your employees, processes and IT.
Advisory report with actions for management, system administration, website developer and HR.
All year round in control
Independent (non) assurance report provided by auditor for senior stakeholders
The investment in Skopos pays off immediately
Skopos offers a holistic approach to cybersecurity for your entire office. After all, you can only take measures if you are aware of your cyber security risks. With the Skopos Cyber Audit you can monitor how your company is doing 24×7, 365 days a year via a dashboard. Skopos automatically maps your risky software and immediately links this to the cyber awareness of your employees.
Do you want to know which three things you can already do to make your organization safer? Sign up for the free webinar of Skopos and Sdu
Research shows that 1 in 5 organizations is a victim of a cyber attack*.
With phishing emails becoming the order of the day, more and more offices are seeing the need to guard against ransomware and other forms of cybercrime. Informing and training employees is indispensable, as is monitoring your websites and technology.
Do you want to know what you can do to secure your organization? Sign up now for the free lunch webinar of Skopos and Sdu
Experiences Schuiteman Accountants & Adviseurs
“By using Skopos, we ensure that we guarantee security and limit the risks of a hack.
Skopos helps you as an entrepreneur a lot if you show that you use that tool. As an accountant, we add our expertise to this and can issue an accountant’s report for this.”
Gert de Fluiter
Schuiteman Accountants & Advisors
Cooperation with Sdu
Skopos collaborates with Sdu.
With this unique collaboration, we can ensure that organizations are in control of their cyber risks quickly, easily and demonstrably.
Last year Skopos took part in the Startup program LightSpeed of the European parent company of Sdu, Lefebvre Sarrut. Of all Dutch entries, Skopos emerged as the winning startup.
Train your accountant in cybersecurity
Accountants, both in their own practice and with their clients, must be able to identify these cyber threats and respond appropriately.
This cybersecurity training is specially designed for accountants. The interactive classroom course covers the basic level of cybersecurity. Participants gain insight into the risks of digital crime and appropriate measures.
This provides a basis for answering frequently asked questions from customers and provides practical tools for your own practice.
Interested? View the entire accountant training program here
FAQ by accountants
Cyber attacks are unfortunately in the news every day. Paying ransom to get your files back, data loss, financial damage, it is for many organizations a nightmare you don’t want to end up in. You want continuity and security of your customer data and reputation. Also from the government and Europe, organizations are being asked to do more about cybersecurity, which is why it is important to know about the security of your organization. Skopos helps you to take back control of your digital household
Skopos is offered individually, through accountants or IT suppliers. In addition, Skopos can also be offered through a collective such as a Business Circle. In the latter case, it concerns Skopos Lite. Go to the website and follow the steps.
As a partner you can onboard your own customers. Customers have many questions about information security. Through a partnership with Skopos, your office can provide additional security to customers, as well as annual reporting.
Skopos respects the privacy of its users and ensures that personal data is treated confidentially. You can read this in detail in our privacy statement. Read our article on security at https://skopos.ai/security-assurance/
You don’t want your customer’s data ending up in the hands of criminals, even if you have a backup yourself. In addition, criminals can also infect backups. And don’t forget that it always takes some time before a backup is restored, so you can’t continue working right away.
Prevention is better than cure. Insurance can pay out after a cyber attack, but only if you have demonstrated that you have taken sufficient measures to protect your organization. And in some cases, insurance does not pay out at all.
Even Mac OS X can be cracked within two minutes. Apple needs the same protection as Windows.
Working in the cloud is only as secure as the person working with it. Any employee can click on a wrong link. And if your service is not sufficiently protected (for example by MFA), a cyber breach is lurking.