Monthly Archives: March 2013

Latest Studies Show Why Data Security Needs To Reach Critical Mass

The latest studies based on 2012 statistics show that data breaches are becoming a global threat, and the biggest target is now the retail industry. Organizations aren’t keeping up to date with data security measures to combat these cyber threats.

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Five Tips for Building Collaborative Stakeholder Relationships

All businesses have stakeholders. These are the people who have an interest in your business. You need to build collaborative stakeholder relationships to succeed in business.

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Employing Secure Systems to Protect Your Human Resources

Human Resources departments manage large amounts of sensitive information. Lack of proper storage and retention of HR records can result in a data breach and identity theft.

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Posted in Data Breaches, Data Security, Paperless Office, Secure Email and Document Delivery, Small Business

Social Engineering: How a Simple Phone Call Can Ruin Your Business

That voice on the other end of the telephone may sound sympathetic, worried, friendly or curious. The person behind that voice could also be fishing for your confidential information.

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The Paper Trail: Following the Evidence

There are some occupations where the need for document security is the number one concern. Lawyers, law enforcement, private investigators and expert witnesses must make sure that the chain of evidence is followed, that those documents don’t go missing and

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From Accounts Receivable to Your Client in Two Tenths of a Second

How fast does email travel? No one can say for sure, but if you need to send a document to a co-worker one floor down, it would get there faster than the time it would take you to walk there,

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Common Misconceptions about Data Security

Many organizations have the mistaken idea that a data breach is something that happens to someone else. If it does happen, they think it is like lightning, and only strikes once. Don’t underestimate the threat, or the importance of strong

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The Dangers of Social Media: A Data Breach Waiting to Happen

Even if you have done everything right, you can still be at risk of a data breach through social media. Don’t undo all the hard work you have done to protect your sensitive information. Be aware of the dangers of

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The Green Office And The Death of Hard Copies

Sometime in the future, someone will be watching the TV show “The Office” and the question that they will ask will be, “What is paper?” OK, that might be hyperbole, but our use of paper and other hard copies is

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Are You Ready for the New HIPAA Regulations?

If you are in the healthcare industry, mark March 26, 2013 on your calendar. That is the day that the new Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations take effect. The regulations will give patients greater protections. Even if

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