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Expert Advice: What to Do When an Employee Is Caught Stealing
Leadership

Expert Advice: What to Do When an Employee Is Caught Stealing

Follow these three steps to ensure you handle a tricky money situation with sense.
Christopher Hann
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In Business, the Cyber War Between the U.S. and China and Russia Is Tense
Cybercrime

In Business, the Cyber War Between the U.S. and China and Russia Is Tense

Cyber sabotage has quickly become the 21st century's preferred form of international trade theft.
DJ Summers
The Celebrity-Hacking Scandal Is a Rude Wake-Up Call on Cloud Security
Cyber Security

The Celebrity-Hacking Scandal Is a Rude Wake-Up Call on Cloud Security

As business owners, you have to take responsibility to protect your sensitive documents and photos.
John Ackerly
Avoid Labor Day Weekend Travel Scams (Infographic)
Cyber Security

Avoid Labor Day Weekend Travel Scams (Infographic)

Don't let your guard down when planning a getaway. Consider these tips to stay safe from criminals and online threats.
Bari Abdul
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It's Official: All Smartphones Sold in California Must Have a 'Kill Switch'
Kill Switch

It's Official: All Smartphones Sold in California Must Have a 'Kill Switch'

Phones manufactured after July 1, 2015 and sold in the state must come equipped with an antitheft device that enables consumers to permanently shut them down.
Laura Entis
Watch Where You Swipe: Hackers Have Done More Damage Than You Realize
Hacking

Watch Where You Swipe: Hackers Have Done More Damage Than You Realize

More than 1,000 American businesses have been affected by in-store cash register breaches, estimates the Department of Homeland Security.
Laura Entis
California's 'Kill Switch' Bill Is One Step Away From Becoming Law
Kill Switch

California's 'Kill Switch' Bill Is One Step Away From Becoming Law

The legislation, which would require smartphone makers to include a preinstalled 'kill switch' on all smartphones sold in the state, has passed in the State Senate and now awaits the governor's signature.
Laura Entis
Deter the Inside Job. 5 Ways to Avert Employee Theft and Fraud.
Crime

Deter the Inside Job. 5 Ways to Avert Employee Theft and Fraud.

Stave off white-collar crime in your workplace with these precautionary measures.
Keith Mueller
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How Would You Handle These 7 Situations? Would You Pass the 'Diaper Test'?
Ethics

How Would You Handle These 7 Situations? Would You Pass the 'Diaper Test'?

There are many moral and ethical questions business owners face on a regular basis. Is there a right way to do things?
Gene Marks
Watch Out: Here's Where Your Smartphone Is Most Likely to Get Stolen (Infographic)
Infographics

Watch Out: Here's Where Your Smartphone Is Most Likely to Get Stolen (Infographic)

Smartphone theft is on the rise, so hold on to your precious devices.
Laura Entis
Online Debit, Credit Fraud Will Soon Get Much Worse. Here's Why.
Cyber Security

Online Debit, Credit Fraud Will Soon Get Much Worse. Here's Why.

Adoption of better safeguards in the physical world will drive criminals to electronic theft, argues payments validation entrepreneur.
Rajesh Ramanand
Crafts Chain Michaels Confirms Nearly 3 Million Credit Cards Compromised in Data Breach
Security

Crafts Chain Michaels Confirms Nearly 3 Million Credit Cards Compromised in Data Breach

A security hole allowed data thieves access to some customer card information but not names, addresses or PINs.
Benjamin Kabin
The Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Is Coming, But You'll Probably Have to Download It
Smartphones

The Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Is Coming, But You'll Probably Have to Download It

Major manufacturers and wireless carriers have agreed to offer a free opt-in 'kill switch' for smartphones made after July 2015.
Laura Entis
Here's One Big Reason Mobile Carriers Don't Want a 'Kill Switch' on Smartphones
Smartphones

Here's One Big Reason Mobile Carriers Don't Want a 'Kill Switch' on Smartphones

A new report shows how many billions of dollars companies such as Verizon and AT&T could lose each year if smartphone theft decreases.
Jason Fell