While small business owners express optimism about the future, they face difficulties hiring employees and maintaining payroll as operating costs increase.
The FTC, state agencies and NGOs received a record number of fraud reports during the past year.
It is one of the biggest data breaches ever.
It is difficult for humans to memorize unique passwords for the 150+ accounts the average person has so they reuse or slightly modify them, which is a dangerous practice.
The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has recently warned that Russian cyber teams have been infiltrating home and small business networks
While those who run small businesses know cyberattacks are a clear problem, many have not taken actions to protect their employees or customers.
It is time for you to compare the cybersecurity steps you should take vs. what you’re actually doing.
Also included, information from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission regarding the Equifax breach.
The IRS is already warning tax professionals and businesses to beware of W-2 scams in 2018.
Steps to take to keep your company’s computers from being taken hostage by criminal hackers.
When major security threats occur, here are places to turn for the latest updates.
Advice for avoiding online scams that try to make you think they originate with Google.
The IRS has issued an urgent warning about the return of an annual scam. This year it’s worse.
Get ready to add more security to your business website in 2017 and beyond.
In addition to password management applications and two-step validation, here are some tips for making your password harder to hack.
Don’t wait until your password is stolen to follow these procedures.
As attackers evolve, there are many steps businesses and consumers can take to protect themselves.
(In cyber crime), the weakest link is often the human. Software developers are trying to strengthen that link.
Cyber criminals are using a new attack against hundreds of small business employees.
Simple steps you should take to help protect your computers and data in 2016.
PCMag.com has released its annual list of free antivirus utilities.
A survey reveals 80% of small business owners say their companies do not have a cyber attack response plan.
For individual customers, banks must reimburse victims of cyber-fraud. For bank accounts of businesses, even one owned by one person, the same rule doesn’t apply.
A breach of a password management system provides another opportunity to explain how a password management service is better than other methods.
A wide range of warnings for avoiding scams from con-artists claiming to be from Google.
More helpful tips and ideas for managing your passwords.
From the bank’s SEC filing and information provided on Chase.com, this is what is currently known about the cyberattack and what the bank is recommending to its customers.
Following the recent wave of celebrities having online accounts hacked, here is an explanation of “social engineering,” part of the method the cyber criminals likely used.
Ways to improve your small business cyber security from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Username and password protection is an ongoing requirement for small businesses. Here is a roundup of helpful advice on internet security and password management that has appeared recently on SmallBusiness.com
Ebay is asking its 145 million users to change their passwords because of a cyberattack that compromised a database containing encrypted passwords “and other non-financial data.”
It’s incredibly easy and fast to use a two-step verification method to protect your online accounts. Here’s how they work and why you should use them.
A lock on your front door doesn’t do you any good if you keep the key under the mat, just like the best security on the web won’t protect you if you have the same bad password on every site you visit.
Getting in a solid work session at the local coffee shop may be a tempting idea, but it has its risks. Like getting your personal information stolen because you were careless on a public network.
PPP loans and grants are being being used for payroll and other essentials.
Shoppers rely more on the internet to research and discover products to buy at a physical store.
IRS urges employers to take advantage of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit