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5 Reasons Why Cash Flow Is Important To Small Business

Jun 14th, 2022

by: Abby Martin

Security

5 Reasons Why Cash Flow Is Important To Small Businesses Everyone knows that money is important in business, but how about the specifics? Here are 5 reasons why cash flow is so important to small businesses. When it comes to cash, the obvious takeaway is that money in is good, money out is not so ...

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Imposter Scams: What Are They And How Can You Protect Yourself From Them?

Sep 9th, 2021

by: Abby Martin

Banking TipsInformation SecurityInternet SecuritySecurity

What was the No. 1 type of fraud Americans reported in 2020? If you guessed imposter scams, you’re correct. The Federal Trade Commission filed nearly 500,000 complaints about imposter scams last year — marking imposter scams the most common form of fraud reported to the FTC in 2020. Imposter scammers lie about their identity — ...

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Cyber Criminals Are Raising Their Game; Small Businesses Must Respond

Feb 23rd, 2021

by: Abby Martin

Business TipsInformation SecurityInternet SecuritySecurity

Another day, another damaging cybersecurity breach. That’s how it may seem lately as a long list of high-profile firms has fallen victim to a surge in malicious online activity. But for every breach that grabs the headlines, there are thousands of smaller businesses being hit by online fraud attempts that are growing rapidly in boldness, ...

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Let’s Talk Passwords

Aug 13th, 2020

by: Abby Martin

Security

[siteorigin_widget class="SiteOrigin_Widget_Headline_Widget"][/siteorigin_widget] 1. The longer the password, the better. Even moderately simple long passwords take longer to crack than short complex passwords. Still, make sure to not use basics that hackers would start with such as 1234567890987654321, abc…, ThisIsMyEmailPassword, etc. 2. Consider using password generators. These are useful in creating passwords using randomized letters, numbers, ...

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