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Lawsuits, Extra Business Expenses, and Frustrated Customers: The Aftermath of a Data Breach

13. August 2015 08:32
There's no hard figure for the cost of a data breach, but MIE's breach illustrates the many hidden expenses, such as lawsuits, call centers, and lost customers. [More]

Hello? It's Me. I'm Hacking You.

12. August 2015 07:21
Hackers may trick unsuspecting employees into giving up sensitive information on phone calls. Making employees aware of this tactic can help reduce risk. [More]

Business Tips from the Farmers Market

11. August 2015 07:28
Ever notice that people are drawn to farmers markets? These three tips can help you capture the magic of farmers markets at your business. [More]

The October 1 Card Reader Update Deadline Nobody's Talking About

10. August 2015 07:31
October 2015 is when chip-enabled credit cards take over. You can be liable for breaches if you don't have a card reader that supports this new tech. [More]

The Small Business Guide to Cyber Liability Insurance

7. August 2015 07:30
Cyber Liability Insurance is a useful part of data breach risk management, but it has its limitations. Preventing breaches from the outset is still the goal. [More]

Congress Raises Limit on SBA-Backed Loans

6. August 2015 07:38
On July 28, Congress passed legislation to renew the federal loan guarantee program for small businesses and raise the program's cap to $23.5 billion. [More]

For Small Businesses, Online Lenders May Be More Risk than Reward

5. August 2015 07:58
Online borrowing is risky because federal regulations may not apply and can't protect you from predatory practices. Alternative financing options may be safer. [More]

For Better Business Outcomes, Try Getting It Wrong

4. August 2015 07:57
Failure is often a prelude to success. If you're afraid to rock the boat or to make mistakes, you'll miss learning opportunities that could lead to breakthroughs. [More]

Yes, You CAN Prevent Data Breaches

3. August 2015 07:48
You don't have to be a tech maven to keep your data protected. Training your employees and regularly changing passwords can fortify your cyber defenses. [More]

How to Make Sure Your Hobbies Don't Kill Your Business

31. July 2015 07:40
A dentist's big-game hunt landed him and his practice in a media firestorm. Businesses may take a hit when the owner's personal mistakes are made public. [More]