With more of us working from home than ever before, cybercrime has skyrocketed. The FBI found that cyberattacks have increased 400% during the pandemic, with up to 4,000 incidents per day. We’re now using our own personal computers, wi-fi, routers, and networks to conduct business, and each of these can be key entry points for hackers if not properly secure. Fortunately, you can play a proactive role in protecting your sensitive business information and helping your company fight cybercrime. Below are ten security measures that you can implement immediately for your computer, network, wi-fi, and router.
Getting the right people for a job is never easy. When you succeed in finding the right people for your position, it becomes challenging to retain them. Regardless of the size of your business, it is always a good thing to look for consistent, reliable, and motivated employees who will work towards the vision of your organization and deliver the mission. Even after getting such quality, you will still need to develop the right strategy to retain them to run a successful business. For small businesses, this can be extremely difficult, considering people always look for better-paying positions, which are primarily found in large organizations. However, this does not mean that you should not try. Have a concrete strategy to minimize the number of employees leaving your organization and keep them happy. Here are ways that small businesses can adopt to improve employee retention.
Small businesses are still struggling to fill open positions ahead of the holiday rush, reports NPR. Holiday shopping season is always high-stakes for Saxon Shoes in Virginia — a time when people shop for several pairs at once and splurge on pricy winter boots.
Benefits grow for everyone who operates in the financial services space with the use of Quad9, a free, open recursive security service that can stop malicious content in the Domain Name System (DNS).
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