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Security and Privacy Tips for Internet of Things standard

Internet of Things is a phrase used to describe any physical devices or objects which can transfer data over a network or internet, which run with the support of software, can process human commands, and are equipped with sensors. Most common examples of internet of Things include smart watches, smart home security systems, and biometric cybersecurity scanners. There is no doubt that the IoT (Internet of things) has simplified our lives to a great extent. Compare how our lives have been three decades ago with how it is now. There is a sea of differences in our lifestyles and the Internet of Things plays a significant role in this. Despite the myriad of benefits they offer to us, IoT could be ...

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How Your Small Business Can Reduce Potential Payroll Fraud standard

The topic of payroll fraud has been on the rise lately. Everyone from small business owners to employees is concerned about it, and for a good reason! Payroll fraud can lead to a reduction in revenue for your small business, as well as legal problems if you don't take steps to prevent it. In this article, we'll discuss how you can reduce potential payroll fraud by implementing specific strategies. What Is Payroll Fraud? Payroll fraud is a type of theft that is committed by a current or former employee of an organization, including both the public and private sectors. The crime involves misreporting the hours worked or outright fabrication of time in order to collect undeserved paychecks. Payroll fraud has many forms: Payroll padding ...

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Secure Website

Protecting the privacy of your customers and prospects while they visit your site is paramount to the success of your organization. Business owners need to be concerned about the security of their website even if they have “a guy” who handles it for them. Today’s environment requires careful attention to how information is transferred between a customer’s website browser and your website. Not sure where to begin? Start by opening a website browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and type in your company’s website address. Look just to the left of your website address and you will see either a little gray circle with an “i” in it or a green picture of a lock and the word ...

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