WARNING Be on the lookout for fake calls, texts, and emails Scammers are pretending to be government employees. They may threaten you and may demand immediate payment to avoid arrest or other legal action. Do not be fooled! Be Alert Social Security may call you in some situations but will never: Threaten you. Suspend your Social
The Idaho SBDC encourages business owners to be proactive when it comes to cybersecurity and to have a plan in place in case of cyber attack. We’ve developed a Cybersecurity Packet to help business owners strategize how to prepare their business and train employees on how to help prevent an attack and what do if one occurs.
PROTECT YOUR SMALL BUSINESS The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) along with the Small Business Administration (SBA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), recently launched a national education campaign to help small business owners understand common cyber threats and how they can help protect their businesses. You
By: Linsey Knerl Content provided by America’s SBDC. Originally appearing on Nav.com. Most consumers today have been a victim of theft. While not everyone has had the harrowing experience of a home burglary or stolen car, a compromised email password or Social Security number has affected almost everyone. The FCC reports the theft of digital
Prioritizing Cybersecurity Efforts On December 31, 2017, it became mandatory that businesses contracting with the Department of Defense comply with DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 (Safeguarding Covered Defense Information). This is a complicated way of saying small businesses working with the Department of Defense need to start prioritizing cybersecurity efforts if they expect to continue obtaining federal
Ben Toews, of Bullet Tools, never expected his business would be targeted for a cyber attack. Then it was. Ben shares his business’s story and advocates for all small businesses to take action to protect their business today! https://youtu.be/3e19g7zO8ss