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Cybersecurity for Small Businesses

PHYSICAL SECURITY: Cybersecurity begins with strong physical security. Lapses in physical security can expose sensitive company data to identity theft, with potentially serious consequences. Here are some examples: An employee leaves a flash drive on a table unattended-papers are thrown away in the trash that should be shredded-a window or door is left unlocked...

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The Rise of Digital Payments

The use of digital payments has significantly grown over the past ten years, especially post-2020. Its inception is often paired with online retailers and resell stores, like eBay, bringing the application PayPal into the scene. Nowadays, consumers use digital payments, from online bill pay to splitting dinner with their friends. With the rise of new products like Zelle ®, Venmo, Cash App, Google Pay, and Apple Pay, one thing is clear; peer-to-peer digital transactions are here to stay. Just as new technology grows, so does its counterpart – scams. Scammers are utilizing the urgency and convenience of digital payments to scam consumers. What does this mean for you?

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When dining out or visiting other public establishments, keep purses, backpacks, bags, etc. within your sight at all times, rather than hanging on the back of your chair or under a table! Thieves sitting at adjacent tables are clandestinely removing wallets, credit/debit cards, etc. from the bag as it hangs on a chair, unbeknownst to the victim, then leaving and quickly making large purchases at local stores using the stolen credit and/or debit cards.

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