Keep Your Small Business a Safe Business
As online technology, such as cloud computing, mobile devices, and apps, gets more sophisticated, the risk of hackers becomes more of a concern. Nowadays, small businesses are targeted by cyber attackers due to the lack of monitored resources. The risks are similar to the ones that larger businesses face, but small businesses are more easily penetrated.
How do we, as business owners, actually deal with these catastrophes? Here are some quick tips for fighting cyber criminals:
1. Create a written security policy for employees.
Business owners and their IT departments should always keep updated on the issues of cyber security threats, and they should create a written security policy for employees. This policy should outline whether or not employees are allowed to have their personal data on business devices.
2. Use stronger passwords.
Avoid using a common word or something that can be guessed based on any public information. You should also avoid using the same password for multiple accounts.
3. Encrypt your data.
Encrypting allows you to essentially convert data into unreadable code that is not interpretable by hackers.
To make online businesses even more secure, Allied Wallet, one of the world’s leading providers of e-commerce, merchant services, and payment processing solutions, provides merchants with the safest and most trustworthy security certification called PCI level 1 Compliance. Therefore, both merchants and buyers do not have to be worried about their personal information being stolen.
null also provides a customizable Fraud Scrub, a proprietary blacklist, 128 Bit SSL Encryption, and 24 Hour Support and Monitoring to keep merchants and their customers safe. Allied Wallet ensures security to its merchants and by following these tips, merchants will see safer, more profitable businesses for years to come.