Yearly Archives 2021

Cybersecurity 101 for New Business Owners

This is a guest article contributed by Chelsea Lamb of on a subject that is extremely timely in 2021. Photo Credit: If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or have recently started a small business, it’s important to educate yourself about cybersecurity best practices. Cyber attacks on businesses are increasing, according to Insurance Journal; while there is almost daily news of high profile attacks, that is really just the tip of the iceberg. While you might assume that only major corporations are targeted, small businesses are often pinpointed by hackers because they tend to have less effective cyber defenses — and are Read More

Categories: Security.
Languages: English.

Mitigating the Impact of the CCPA

5 Things to Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act By KATHERINE CATLOS and JACK HAKIM October 25, 2019 Reprinted with permission from Corporate Compliance Insights (March 11, 2019 Issue)   The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which goes into effect January 1, 2020, is the most comprehensive privacy law passed in the United States. It’s not just that there are new consumer rights associated with personal information (PI) and more severe penalties, but the definition of PI is very broad. The CCPA defines PI as any “information that identifies, relates to, describes, is capable of being associated with or could reasonably Read More

Categories: CCPA.
Languages: English.