How to Share Information and Documents Securely in 2017

Join us Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 11am for a highly informative, free webinar!

It seems like every time we turn around, there's a story in the news about some new malware attack, data breach, or security problem that threatens the release of sensitive data. In 2017, we have more tools available than ever before, but which tools can you trust when you need to share private information with collaborators?

Whether you need to

  • send tax information to your accountant,
  • give a bookkeeper access to your bank statements or other sensitive files,
  • or maybe even send a credit card number to a vendor for a payment
  • or any number of other day-to-day tasks that require privacy and security

... you need to know the easiest, most secure ways to go about it.

Don't Miss this Vital Training Session!

I've invited a good friend and long term client and service provider to my business, David G. Johnson, to share with you the latest tools and techniques. He'll also explain why email is such a bad idea, and the pros and cons of various "cloud" services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and more.

David G. Johnson

David is the founder of Grow The Dream, a digital marketing agency in Sarasota. He runs a distributed team of professionals who work remotely and share sensitive information on a daily basis. Additionally, he and his team create marketing automation solutions for clients that require keeping vital customer information away from hackers and other prying eyes.

If you're a client of Barefoot Accounting (formerly known as Hagan CPA, Inc.), these are the tools you'll need to use moving forward when we share private information back and forth... so this is a must-attend event!

Can't make it at that day and time?

Go ahead and RSVP anyway. We'll be making a replay available for anyone who signs up!

Who can attend?

This event is open to anyone to attend, but space is limited so please RSVP by signing up on this page. The content will be geared for business owners and their teams who need to share information and documents securely with outside professionals, including accountants, vendors, contractors, clients, etc.


Is there a cost?

This event is being offered free of charge, courtesy of Barefoot Accounting, PA, formerly known as Hagan CPA, Inc.