Staying on top of all your security measures can be a job in itself, however, keeping your customers' personal information safe and secure should be a top priority. Failure to adhere to customer data standards and current legislation can result in a loss of goodwill and hefty fines. Here are a few ways you can do to protect the customers' data your business collects. Give us a call if you need help in creating and maintaining systems that keep you legally compliant.
Setting up an estate plan is critically important for business owners because owning a business is challenging even in the best of times and with the current global pandemic, things are much more overwhelming as you pivot to build the most stability for you and your business. If a whole estate plan feels too overwhelming right now, at least get an inventory of your assets and business in place, where your loved ones/partners and your team could access if you become ill or die. Learn more here.
There isn’t a single person who isn’t impacted by the spread of COVID-19, in some way. People are anxious, wondering whether they or their family will get the virus themselves or whether their job is at risk now with the sheer number of businesses closing. And while you are undoubtedly very concerned about your business, your employees may be very on edge too. Here are a few recommendations on how to inspire your team to persevere in the face of all of these anxieties.
As a business owner, you must thoroughly understand how cardholder data is collected and flows through the business in order to comply with the security standards of the PCI Security Standards Council. Here are the twelve PCI Data Security Standards that you must comply with if you plan to accept credit and debit card payments.
It is critically important that you determine whether the CCPA or a similar law will impact your business to avoid hefty fines and being sued by individuals affected as a part of a class action for damages. Knowing what your business needs to comply with the new law is also important for its success. Read here to know more.
It is critically important to be knowledgeable about the type of risks and legal issues your small business may encounter, especially if you are considering to start expanding your physical business or just starting a home-based business to ensure that your business is compliant with the law and that your interests are protected. With the help of an expert and with your knowledge of the issues you need to consider for your business, you will surely succeed in your new venture.
You need to be careful when using social media for your business for many reasons. Protecting your intellectual property on social media is critical because not only are you connecting with your customers, but also competitors. Before posting a picture of your new logo or tweeting a deal, here are a few things to keep in mind.