The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of people and businesses across the globe. From large corporations to mom and pop family stores, many organizations are scrambling just to keep their doors open while balancing their employees’ and customers’ safety. As the COVID-19 outbreak grows, a range of data security threats are posing added risks…

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Consumer spending and identity theft both spike during the holiday shopping season, which is why December is Identity Theft Prevention and Awareness Month. In this blog, we offer six effective tips for keeping your identity safe over the holidays. 1. Collect Packages from Your Porch Having packages delivered to your doorstep is convenient, but it…

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No business is immune to data breaches. Big corporations often invest thousands of dollars into security plans, but smaller businesses don’t have the same luxury; they must watch every penny. Fortunately, you can keep your organization safe without spending tons of money. In this blog, we offer five tips for protecting your small business data.…

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Unlike several European countries, the United States does not have a federal data privacy law. However, of a federal regulation, several states including Washington have recently passed data breach notification laws. In this blog, we answer questions about HB 1071 to help you understand how it may impact your business. Q: What is HB 1071?…

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September means shorter days, cooler temperatures, and a new school year. It’s also National Preparedness Month. The annual initiative, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), encourages Americans to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses, and communities. The theme of this year’s campaign is “Prepared, not scared.” In this blog, we discuss how…

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