Every organization’s business plan should include a section on risk management. If your business plan doesn’t address your risks, take a look at the following areas to start. Continue reading “Risk Management for Small Business”
Should you worry about the content of your teen’s tweets or your spouse’s Pinterest posts? All it takes is for one tweet to veer away from commentary to defamation, or one image to invade another’s privacy, and you could face a lawsuit.
Target and its customers are continuing to feel the repercussions of a massive data breach, where hackers gained access to data from some 40 million debit and credit cards of Target shoppers during the holiday season. The lesson for other businesses is clear: If the country’s third-largest retailer, with its resources and sophisticated systems, can have a data breach, any business can. Continue reading “10 Cyber Security Tips for Small Business”
Each record of sensitive personal information stolen or compromised costs companies an average of $201. That adds up to $5.9 million for every organization that had a data breach.*
When people trust you with their personal information, they expect you to protect it. Continue reading “Why You Need A Data Management Plan”