Identity theft is one of the most rapidly growing crimes in the world. What’s more, identity thieves target not only individuals these days, but also businesses both large and small. When identity thieves target a business, they use information about that business they find on the company’s website and social media accounts and use that information to obtain credit in the company’s name, often causing grave harm. However, there are some concrete steps you can take to protect your business from identity theft. Read on for more.
Cyber-security is important for small businesses, but so is physical security, as small brick-and-mortar businesses remain a target for local crime. Here are a few tips about the physical security of your office to help you make your decisions about this important topic.
Human error is one of the most common catalysts leading to cyber attacks. Employees tend to click on embedded emails, share their passwords and use unsecure networks because they don't understand the dangers. Here is quick article about cyber security that all employers should be teaching their employees
Today we rely on computers more than ever before. Many small businesses do almost everything online and it makes sense. The internet provides the perfect place to buy, sell, update and engage customers, generate leads and promote your brand's awareness. However, as online communication and reliance has grown, so too has cyber crime. Unfortunately for all of us, small organizations are often prime targets for cyber criminals. Statics show that 71% of cyber-attacks happen to businesses with less than 100 employees. Here are a few tips to protect your small business NOW
Sometimes, no matter how hard you work at your business, there are times when seeking the counsel of a bankruptcy attorney might be a good thing to do. If nothing else, just to learn what your options might be and take the pressure off of you. Read this article for Best Lawyer Options to be aware of...
Cloud technology has made it possible for companies to lower their expenses and increase productivity. A lot of businesses, however, still struggle to keep their information and applications secure. Here are 4 ways to keep your business secure in 2017...
When dealing with the purchase of any property or business there are so many different things that can go wrong, that it is common sense to ensure you are protecting your investment properly. However tempting it may be to try and lower your budget, attempting to complete the purchase or sale of a business property without a lawyer is fraught with danger. Read this article to show you the right way to invest.
Fraud against your business can occur no matter how big you are, and there are various strategies fraudsters use for doing this. When fraud happens against your company, your revenue, reputation, and the overall health of your business is often faced with serious danger - that is, unless you take immediate action.