June 6, 2018 - We hope you don't think that your business won't become the victim of identity theft. Because, according to all the experts, business ID theft is becoming more and more common as hackers try to outdo each other. While you can never be completely prepared for an identity theft attack, there are many things you can do to protect your business. Check out these articles for some things to consider.
Thanks to business identity theft, there are new unexpected risks to you and your business - risks they don't teach you about in business school. (Item #1) Just as with individual income tax returns, certain business, partnership, and trust and estate return filers should be aware of these signs that their identity has been stolen. (Item #2) Here's how to secure your sensitive information --- online and offline. (Item #3)
This article has tips for organizations under FTC jurisdiction to determine whether they need to design an identity theft prevention program. (Item #4) While social media has created no-cost marketing opportunities, it also has created risks, including identity theft and data breach. Are you paying enough attention to the risks and costs? (Item #5) Employees are becoming increasingly more vulnerable to cyber threats, just as your company is as a whole. (Item #6)
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