Federal Trade Commission

07/10/2020 | News release | Distributed by Public on 07/10/2020 18:54

Protecting your small business, one video at a time

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July 10, 2020
Jabari Cook
Intern, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC

Small businesses like yours are important. They create jobs, support a competitive marketplace, and lift up local communities. As a small business owner, you've worked hard to start your business and make it into something you can be proud of. That's why it's important to know how to protect your employees and customers from a range of cyber and financial threats.

In our Protecting Small Businesses playlist, you'll find some key steps you can take to keep your small business safe from fraud. Each video gives clear, concise information that you can act on to protect your data and hard-earned money.

From defending against ransomware to securing your network devices, this playlist from the FTC gives tips on how to avoid common scams and cyber-attacks that could target your small business. There's also helpful guidance on what to do if you think your business has experienced a data breach.

To learn more, check out FTC.gov/SmallBusiness and make sure to subscribe to our Business Blog.

Tagged with: business, data, data breach, online safety
Blog Topics:
Privacy, Identity & Online Security
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