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.
As business owners, we try to do it all. From morning to night, we run around trying to meet every client and check off as many tasks on of our to-do list as possible. When we stop and think about it, most of these things include moving money in and out of our pockets: grabbing a coffee in the morning, paying for lunch, making bank deposits and so on. We often keep cash in our pockets, bank accounts and even in our safe at home.
In case you haven't heard, DDoS Computer Attacks are on the rise. If you have network engineering know-how and you are looking to make some serious extra cash, you will want to give some thought to working as a DDos prevention specialist. Demand for these skills, as well as salaries, are on the rise.
It seems like every other day we see something crazy going on in the news or hear about some type of natural disaster that is threatening large amounts of people. Have you thought about getting a back up generator for your home or your business? If you are a news watcher the chances are you have. Read this article on a few things you want to think about before you decide whether or not to purchase one.
Cyberattacks have increased dramatically in recent years. Online businesses need to be aware of the threats and take the necessary precautions to protect their sites. Is Your Online Business Vulnerable to Hackers? Hackers are merciless criminals that...
This post is written for the HMRC but it is equally applicable for the IRS in the U.S. Recently I had a call from an IRS fraudster telling me I owed $5,000 but he could settle it immediately if I paid him $2,500. I called the IRS directly and they said they NEVER call to collect funds. Read this article and do beware of the scammers out there.
The ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu once said, “Know thy self, know thy enemy. A thousand battles, a thousand victories.” Although technologies and battles have changed, these words and their meaning are immortal. The same is true for the ever-evolving cybersecurity challenge. After all, the best way to combat hackers and cybercriminals is to understand your own vulnerabilities. Here are six tips to outmaneuver digital threats and improve your cybersecurity.
Whether you are a major department store selling designer goods or a local farmer selling your harvest at a local farmers market, accepting credit cards and processing wireless payments has never been easier. Services such as Apple Pay, Android Pay and Google Wallet ensure that this process doesn’t take longer than a couple of seconds. But how does this technology actually work and is it safe for you and your customers?
If you own a business, it is important to protect employees from accidents, injuries, and work-related illnesses. Here are some tips that can help you keep your employees safe at work