Spring Cleaning for Your Small Business Part 2 of 3: Mobile Device Security

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Mobile Threats Targeting Your Small Business

Computers aren’t the only devices that are at risk for security breaches. Small to midsized business (SMB) owners must be prepared to protect their companies from cyberattacks that target mobile devices, too. With more than 80% of employees using their personal phones, laptops, and tablets for business, the now standard practice of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has significantly increased the number of threats to data security. Continue reading

Spring Cleaning for Your Small Business Part 1 of 3: Document Security

Document Securing While Spring Cleaning Your Small Business

Appropriately Secure and Dispose of Business Data

It may be February, but the first buds of spring are right around the corner. For your Small and Mid-Sized Business (SMB), the annual spring cleaning ritual doesn’t mean simply dusting off the shelves and organizing the supply closet. It’s also about forming secure habits for your business operations and protecting against data intrusions that could ultimately impact your organization’s name, and your bottom line. Continue reading

When a Corporate Data Breach Happens: Critical Next Steps for 2019

Corporate Breach Response

What if my Business is Next?

Regardless of cybersecurity proficiency, no organization is safe from data breaches. That’s why it’s critical that every business develops and documents an Incident Response Plan. Your response plan will outline steps your organization should take if you suspect data has been compromised. The quicker your business follows the plan, the better off you will be, and you will be in position to mitigate the impact the data loss will have on your business. Continue reading