Act Before the Hack

Online Security for Businesses

Online security threats for businesses happen when you least expect them. That’s why it’s important to check the strength of your online security constantly and update it when needed. Use the tips below to give your business online security a checkup. You can never be too secure!

Business Email Compromise

Business email compromise (BEC) is one of the most financially damaging online crimes. You can take steps to protect your business. The FBI defines what BEC is, how criminals execute it and how to protect your business.

Want to avoid BEC? You can never be too secure! Chief Securities Officers (CSO) magazine from the International Data Group (IDG) has tips to help protect your business from BEC.

Securing Employee and Customer Information

Looking for tips to keep employee and customer information secure? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has them – from knowing what personal information you have to how to plan ahead.

What are you doing to protect your customer data? Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) Magazine has a list of best practices you can implement to help keep it secure.

As a business, you have a lot of sensitive employee data to protect – from birthdays to Social Security Numbers to payroll information. ADP has recommendations to help keep that data out of the wrong hands.

General Business Online Security

Do small businesses need to worry about online security too? Absolutely! Inc. Magazine explains why small businesses can be easy targets and how to protect your small business online.

Don’t stop at having strong online security – educate your employees too! Norton has 10 best practices you can teach your employees to help keep your business secure.

Note: Lake City Bank provides these third party materials for information only and doesn’t promote or endorse the organizations or their products. The bank doesn’t confirm the information’s accuracy or any opinions contained in the materials.

Don’t underestimate hackers and thieves! Your small business is still attractive to them. CO, by the US Chamber of Commerce, has tips to help you protect your small business in the digital and physical worlds.

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