Tip of the Week Legal Security

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Tip of the Week:When an Employee Leaves Your Company – Protecting Your Data

18 August in Tip of the Week Corporate Security, Tip of the Week Legal Security, Tip of the Week: Security Consulting

Employees transitioning out of their employment can sometimes present a wide range of issues to include protecting your data and proprietary information. A workplace violence termination is obviously handled far more differently than a 30-year retirement. With the ever-increasing role of technology, business operations are faced with challenges unthinkable even a mere decade ago. While most companies keep strict accountability over the items such as access ID's, credit cards, phones, and lap tops, access to high profile company Twitter or Facebook accounts can be of far...

Tip of the Week: 5 Tips to Secure Your Business

16 October in Tip of the Week Investigations, Tip of the Week Legal Security, Tip of the Week: Security Consulting

In business, every dollar you spend on safeguarding your business assets is a dollar you can’t put to work to make a profit. This simple fact underpins the universal view of security as a “necessary evil”, resulting in most businesses choosing to have no protective measures or as little security in place as possible to keep costs down. While this approach is understandable, the failure to identify risks and vulnerabilities can leave business owners subject to litigation for negligence should a serious incident result in...

Tip of the Week: Firearm Safety at Home

28 September in Tip of the Week Corporate Security, Tip of the Week Legal Security, Tip of the Week Personal Safety

6 Important Tips to increase firearm safety Many people in the U.S. own firearms. Whether owned as collectors' items, used for hunting, target shooting or home defense, all firearms are potentially dangerous if handled carelessly. Since firearms related incidents could occur in the home, it is especially important to pay attention to firearm storage around children, families, and friends. While there are no hard and fast rules, the following 6 tips should help serve as a general practice to keep everyone safe around firearms. 1. Take a...