Could Your Business Security Use More Layers?

December 20, 2016 | By:
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Are you tired of hearing about all the ways your business security is lacking, or how you’re not protecting your business information sufficiently? Do you want your business to avoid becoming a data breach statistic and owing $158 per lost or stolen confidential record?Good! There is no better time than right now to improve your …

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Trolling: How to Combat Online Harassment

December 7, 2016 | By:
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What is trolling? Trolling and online harassment continue to be problematic for users across various online channels. Whether it’s through social media platforms, blogs or forums, the Pew Research Center found that 73 percent of adult Internet users have witnessed some form of online harassment at least once. Trolling, by definition, is the act of deliberately …

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5 Tips to Overcome Business Social Media Pitfalls

November 15, 2016 | By:
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What’s one of the most prevailing methods to promote a company these days? Business social media platforms, of course! Whether or not you’re on board the business social media train, you cannot deny its extensive, and sometimes overpowering, presence. Since nearly 90 percent of U.S. businesses and 65 percent of U.S. adults use social media, there …

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Where Do You Stand on “Sharenting” ?

November 7, 2016 | By:
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PRO V. CON: Sharenting The sharenting trend calls into question where the line is drawn between a parent’s right to share and a child’s right to privacy. Whether you’re posting a video of your child’s first steps, commenting on a “Tips for New Parents” article, sharing your teenager’s sweet 16 birthday photos, or writing a status …

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Top-4 Cybercrime Threats to Small Businesses

October 20, 2016 | By:
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Small business owners: protecting your business against cybercrime is now more important than ever. In 2015, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence ranked cybercrime as the No. 1 security threat in the country. Despite popular belief, cybercriminals actually prefer small businesses simply because they are easier to infiltrate. As technology advances, cybercrime tactics used to steal your …

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Who Is in Control of Your Digital Identity?

October 13, 2016 | By:
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Today, 87 percent of the U.S. population regularly goes online. Have you ever thought about what personal information you leave behind? Every time you go online, you leave electronic footprints that add to your digital identity. But do you know what your digital identity is and what can be done to control this imprint? What is your …

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Are Scams Undermining Your Business?

September 19, 2016 | By:
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Staying on top of what’s going on within your market is in your best interest and directly affects your bottom line. But what about scams associated with your industry? Are you cued into those cons, and do you understand how much they may impact the company you’ve built? You’ve worked hard to build your business up …

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Protecting Against Student Loan Fraud, Scams

September 12, 2016 | By:
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What is student loan fraud? Student loan fraud is a relatively new type of fraud that is becoming an increasing problem for universities across the United States. Student loans have become an integral part of our society’s college education system. From tuition to housing, meal plans and textbooks, financial aid provides educational opportunities to students who, …

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Password Reuse Puts Your Business at Risk

August 15, 2016 | By:
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Password Reuse

In a world where data breaches and scams are a constant threat, one of your main priorities as a business owner is keeping your sensitive company and employee information safe. As we’ve seen in the recent data breaches of Myspace, LinkedIn and Tumblr, password reuse has allowed hackers to obtain personal data from various sites and …

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