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In today's day and age security has never been a bigger concern. Make sure your business is safe online and offline.

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How Much Video Surveillance Storage Does My Business Need?
By Nicole Fallon | March 10, 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.

Pros and Cons of Surveillance Cameras at Work
By Nicole Fallon | March 10, 2021

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

Connected Medical Device Security
By Adam Uzialko | March 08, 2021

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

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.

Buying Guide for Keyless Electronic Door Locks
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 19, 2021

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

Video Surveillance Laws by State
By Sean Peek | February 17, 2021

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

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.

Accepting Credit Cards? PCI Compliance Is a Concern for Small Businesses
By Sue Marquette Poremba | February 04, 2021

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

Cyberattacks on Remote Workers on the Rise: How to Defend Your Business
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 25, 2021

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

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.

18 Ways to Secure Your Devices From Hackers
By Max Freedman | October 13, 2020

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

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.

How to Secure Your Business's Social Media Accounts
By Business News Daily Editor | February 24, 2020

Follow these tips to keep your social media accounts secure from unwelcome hackers.

How Companies of All Sizes Can Prevent Fraud
By Business News Daily Editor | February 21, 2020

Fraud can impact any business, small or large. Here's what you need to know to protect yours.

5 Ways to Surf the Web More Securely at Work
By Business News Daily Editor | February 20, 2020

Even if you use the "secure" mode in popular browsers such as Chrome, your data is still exposed. These search engines can help protect your business.

How GDPR Is Impacting Business and What to Expect in 2020
By Adam Uzialko | February 04, 2020

The GDPR was implemented in May 2018 and has since impacted business in significant ways. Here's a look back on the changes that came with the data privacy law.

Consumers Want a Federal Data Privacy Law
By Andrew Martins | January 23, 2020

With GDPR in Europe and California's CCPA regulations on the books, a new survey suggests U.S. consumers want a federal consumer data privacy law.

Americans Feel Vulnerable to Fraud but Fail to Address It
By Andrew Martins | November 18, 2019

Data breaches are common, but more than 30% of Americans don't take preventative steps.

Many Businesses Fail to Use Data Security Software
By Andrew Martins | October 28, 2019

Loose cybersecurity standards could spell disaster for small businesses.

Cyberthreats Named the Most Concerning Issue for Businesses
By Andrew Martins | September 30, 2019

In a survey of 1,200 business owners, more than half said they worry about cyber-risks.

What Is Cyberthreat Intelligence, and Why Do You Need It?
By Andrew Martins | August 30, 2019

Learning about current and developing cyberattacks can help your business defend itself.

Cybercriminals Use Social Media for Fraud
By Andrew Martins | August 26, 2019

A study says 53% of social media logins are fraudulent and pose risk to online businesses.

Preventing and Avoiding Network Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
By Business News Daily Editor | August 23, 2019

Preventing these threats is an important aspect of protecting your SMB.

Cyberattacks and Your Small Business: A Primer for Cybersecurity
By Andrew Martins | August 21, 2019

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

What Is Formjacking, and How Can You Protect Your Business?
By Sue Marquette Poremba | July 22, 2019

The first step to protect your business from formjacking is learning the risks.

How Call Centers Keep You Connected During (and After) a Natural Disaster
By Adam Uzialko | July 17, 2019

During a natural disaster, it can be hard to stay connected. Call center services help.

Smartphone Tips: How to Protect Your Data From Unsecured Apps
By Andrew Martins | June 25, 2019

That app might not be safe as you think. Here are tips to protect your phone from hackers.

Cybersecurity Still a Concern Among Global Workers, Despite GDPR
By Andrew Martins | May 24, 2019

Did the GDPR improve data security? One year later, professionals question its efficacy.