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How to Protect Your Business Against Cyberattacks

Cyberattacks are an ever-growing concern in the U.S.—and not just among big companies. Small- and medium-sized businesses are beginning to realize that they, too, are vulnerable and need to make cybersecurity a top priority. Indeed, small businesses possess valuable information and, in most cases, lack the security of larger companies, thereby making them prime targets for nefarious characters.

What to Consider When Looking for An E-Commerce Platform

E-commerce platforms are the foundation of any online business and an important consideration for brick and mortar business owners looking to expand their reach to include online customers.

Which Online Donation Platform is Best For Non-Profit Organizations

Since there are many online donation tools on the market offering a myriad of features, choosing the best platform to help you with donations can be overwhelming. To help you in narrowing down your search, consider asking yourself some key questions, such as, what are my short and long-term fundraising goals? What is my budget? What features are needed to optimize my nonprofit's reach?

Everything About Cryptocurrency & How to Accept Bitcoin & Etherium

Blockchain. Cryptocurrency. Bitcoin. You’ve heard the names before—especially Bitcoin—and they usually conjure up images of wild price fluctuations and bubbles. And while the concepts and technology remain abstract for most people, cryptocurrency payments are gaining momentum and being embraced more and more in the mainstream. Case in point: Visa recently partnered with BlockFi to market a Bitcoin rewards credit card. This article provides an overview of cryptocurrency in general and as well as its advantages and disadvantages for consumers and merchants.

Gain Key Business Insights and Prevent Fraud Using Fraud Data

Retail businesses have had to close their brick and mortar locations due to stay at home orders and lockdowns imposed by public health authorities to slow the spread of Covid-19 in communities across America. Business owners are turning to e-commerce in order to maintain some business continuity and continue to serve their customers who are also on orders to stay home and slow the curve. The increase in e-commerce carries with it more exposure to fraudulent activity.

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