Blockchain: Using and Securing Cryptocurrencies

Description

This self-study online course is part of the Blockchain Fundamentals for Accounting and Finance Professionals Certificate program. You must purchase the bundle to earn the certificate. To learn more about the certificate and purchase the bundle, click here.

This course focuses on an overview of securing cryptocurrency. It covers wallets that are the fundamental security concept for cryptocurrencies and the most important aspect of this new technology for accountants and auditors to understand. We will dive into the relationship that exists between physical and digital security. In addition, you will learn the importance of password managers, which are web-based tools for storing and encrypting data.

Learning Objectives
  • Recall the importance of cryptocurrency security for accountants and auditors.
  • Identify the security attributes of the various wallet types.
  • Recognize the distinction between physical security and digital security.
  • Recall the benefits and features of multi-sig wallets.
  • Identify the ways two-factor authentication (2FA) and password managers are used for cryptocurrency security.
Major Topics
  • Security of cryptocurrency
  • Security attributes of wallets
  • Differences between physical and digital security
  • Multi-sig wallets
  • Authentication and password managers
Provider
AICPA
Course Level
Basic
Professional Area of Focus
Business & Industry
Technology
CPE Field of Study
Information Technology
2.0
Who Should Attend

Non-IT finance professionals, CFOs, controllers, management accountants, public accountants, partners, staff, managers and internal auditors

Instructor(s)
Kirk Phillips
Prerequisites
  • None
Advanced Preparation
  • None
Location
Online
Event Information
When
Available 24/7
Location
Online
Total CPE Credits
2.0
Format
On-Demand

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Blockchain: Using and Securing Cryptocurrencies


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