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GDPR Requirements: What Your Small Business Needs to Know
By Adam Uzialko | December 21, 2021

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25, 2018. Here's what requirements will affect your business, and how you should prepare.

How to Create a Strong Password
By Sara Angeles | December 21, 2021

Use these five easy tricks to come up with better, stronger passwords.

Video Surveillance Laws by State
By Sean Peek | December 13, 2021

Video surveillance is often necessary to protect your business, but there are state laws you need to know about.

Blink Review
By Kiely Kuligowski | December 13, 2021

Blink is an ultra-affordable, wireless security and monitoring system that is ideal for a very small, budget-conscious business or a home.

5 Credit Card Security Risks Small Businesses Need to Know About
By Business News Daily Editor | December 13, 2021

If your business accepts credit cards, here are five things to watch for when processing transactions face-to-face.

GDPR Consultants: What Small Businesses Need to Know
By Adam Uzialko | December 10, 2021

If your small business is trying to comply with the GDPR by hiring a consultant, there are a few things you should know first before signing on the dotted line.

Worried About a Cyberattack? What It Could Cost Your Small Business
By Chad Brooks | December 08, 2021

The dangers of being the target of a cyberattack.

New York Times Hack: A Wake-Up Call for Small Business?
By Sara Angeles | December 08, 2021

If the New York Times can get hacked, it's time to check your website security.

Alibi Security Review
By Kiely Kuligowski | December 06, 2021

Alibi is a reasonably priced solution that integrates the analog closed-circuit television cameras you already own with high-tech IP cameras.

Pros and Cons of Surveillance Cameras at Work
By Nicole Fallon | December 06, 2021

If you're looking to install a video surveillance system in the workplace, consider a few advantages and disadvantages first.

How Much Video Surveillance Storage Does My Business Need?
By Nicole Fallon | December 06, 2021

Your business's video surveillance storage requirements will depend on the type of security system you have, as well as how much footage you intend to archive.

Cyberattacks and Your Small Business: A Primer for Cybersecurity
By Andrew Martins | December 01, 2021

Cyberattacks can disrupt your business. This primer can help you stand up to bad actors.

The Pros and Cons of Virtualization
By Andreas Rivera | December 01, 2021

Virtualization often sounds like the holy grail of IT infrastructures. But is this truly the case for small businesses?

18 Ways to Secure Your Devices From Hackers
By Max Freedman | November 30, 2021

Cybersecurity is critical for businesses of all sizes. These 18 tips can help you secure your computers and mobile devices from malicious actors.

Connected Medical Device Security
By Adam Uzialko | November 19, 2021

Here's how to protect against cyberattacks on medical devices in the age of healthcare IoT.

Cyberattacks on Remote Workers on the Rise: How to Defend Your Business
By Donna Fuscaldo | November 19, 2021

Small businesses are a prime target for hackers, particularly with many employees now working from home.

Accepting Credit Cards? PCI Compliance Is a Concern for Small Businesses
By Sue Marquette Poremba | November 19, 2021

PCI compliance is a key part of accepting debit and credit cards from customers. Here's what your business needs to know.

A Small Business Guide to Computer Encryption
By Andreas Rivera | November 18, 2021

Encryption is a necessary part of file and data protection. Find out how file encryption works, which programs to consider implementing and pitfalls to be aware of.

Have You Been Hacked? How to Recover from a Data Breach
By Sammi Caramela | November 18, 2021

Has your small business suffered from a data breach? Here's how to recover and maintain your reputation with clients and customers.

LinkedIn Security: 5 Tips For Keeping Your Data Safe
By Chad Brooks | November 09, 2021

Keep your personal info safe on LinkedIn

Buying Guide for Keyless Electronic Door Locks
By Kiely Kuligowski | November 08, 2021

Learn about electronic door locks and how to choose the best one for your business.

Medical Records Retention and HIPAA
By Max Freedman | November 01, 2021

The duration for which you must store records varies by state, and additional federal guidelines apply.

Key Fobs 101: What Small Businesses Need to Know
By Kiely Kuligowski | March 02, 2021

Key fobs are an important part of many access control systems. Here's how they work and how your small business can use them.

Protection 1 Review
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 19, 2021

Protection 1, a division of ADT, is geared primarily toward home security, but it offers an affordable solution that could be of use to a small business. With an indoor and outdoor wireless security...

Arlo Review
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 19, 2021

Arlo's series of security systems don't rely on a video recorder. Instead, you can connect up to 15 of the Arlo cameras to the cloud and then check in via mobile device or computer to livestream up...

How to Find a HIPAA-Compliant CRM
By Max Freedman | February 12, 2021

This guide describes how HIPAA relates to healthcare organizations' use of CRM software, and how these businesses can ensure compliance with the cybersecurity requirements of the law.

Privacy on Social Media Guards Against Identity Theft
By Business News Daily Editor | January 11, 2021

Learn how you can safeguard your social media posts without divulging private information that scammers can use to steal your identity.

How to Tell if Your Computer Is Infected and How to Fix It
By Andrew Martins | November 17, 2020

Computers infected with viruses or malware pose a risk to your privacy and security. Find out how to fight back.

Don't Become the Next Victim of a COVID-19 Scam
By Donna Fuscaldo | September 08, 2020

Fraudsters are using the coronavirus relief efforts to target small businesses. Learn about the new schemes you need to watch out for.