Apr 8, 2021
Kenji Kuramoto is the Founder and CEO of Acuity, a financial management firm that builds and maintains financial functions for entrepreneurs and startups. Through his work at Acuity, Kenji achieves his core business mission: to offer scalable financial solutions to busy entrepreneurs so they can focus on effectively growing their businesses.
In addition to this, Kenji is also a Founding Venture Partner at NextGen Venture Partners and a Board Member at Entrepreneurs’ Organization. His specialties include strategic planning, financial forecasting and analysis, accounting process optimization, and more.
Do you ever wonder how your CFO impacts your company’s privacy and security? Or, if you’re a small company without a full-time CFO, are you looking for a better way to assess your privacy and security risks? If so, this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security is for you.
Most business owners primarily look to CTOs for their privacy and security concerns. However, did you know that CFOs can also greatly influence your business’ safety? It makes sense: CFOs are privy to a great deal of your company’s financial data and technology, which gives them insight into where you may be at risk for data breaches, ransomware attacks, and more. So, how can you ensure that your CFO is safety-savvy and ready to protect your company’s privacy and security at every turn?
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Kenji Kuramoto, the Founder and CEO of Acuity, to discuss how CFOs can maintain their company’s privacy and security. Listen in as Kenji talks about the value of fractional CFOs, how they can effectively mitigate your company’s security risks, and why avoiding SMS two-factor authentication is his number one privacy tip for individuals and companies. Stay tuned!