We offer here 4 compelling reasons why using a ready-made e-commerce site is better than building your own. Yes, when you go with a custom configuration you will have a site that’s built specifically for your needs. But in all frankness, the site you need probably already exists.
Now is the time for your business to be proactive about cyber security. To do that, prioritize cyber security, keep your staff informed and trained, and call on cyber security experts regularly. Those experts will assist you with employing weakness detection methods such as penetration testing, security audits, and vulnerability assessments. With all of that in place, you will ensure that your business is secure and protected from increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks, both now and in the future.
It is not easy maintaining confidentiality around your business ideas. However, it is necessary if you want to retain possession of those ideas. When you’re starting a business, it is vital that you keep your sensitive information private.
A lawsuit can destroy a company’s credibility and even result in bankruptcy if it is serious enough or expensive enough to fight. As such, it makes sense to protect your business from litigation as much as you possibly can. Here are a few things you can do to keep your business on the right side of the law.
Cyber crime continues to be an enormous threat to businesses, causing lost data, financial loss and damage to reputations. We hear about the devastating consequences of cyber crime nearly every time we turn on the television or listen to radio. All around us are reminders of the growing need for companies to take better preventative action against cyber crime. Empower your employees to be the solution with engaging, informative training sessions that help them to become your powerful fraud-prevention team.
You’ve got enough to do with running your online business without having to deal with cyber attacks. However, internet threats seem to pop up with greater frequency all the time. How can you protect your online business? We offer some easy and simple tips to help you protect your online business and keep it out of the hands of evil-minded hackers.
When was the last time your business carried out a penetration test? If you’ve no idea what that even means then you wouldn’t be alone! Standard anti-virus scans just aren’t enough to protect your company in this digital age. That’s where penetration testing steps in. So, what is penetration testing and why is it so important for small businesses? Read on to find out.
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