Small business owners have a lot on their plate and so it can be hard to find time to think about things like cybersecurity.
However, cybersecurity is important for any size of business and if this is not something that is carefully considered, a small business could face serious consequences if a hacker were to slip through the net.
In this guide, we are going to offer some tips that should help you to protect your small business from hackers.
Train Your Employees
One of the first things that you should do when you are hoping to protect your small business from hackers is to make sure that your employees are properly trained. If they don’t know what they are supposed to be doing when it comes to protecting customer data, how can you expect them to do it? Employee training can be done in-house but if you don’t have
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said continuing government support is “essential” for the struggling UK economy to recover.
The UK can afford it, and support is needed to see it through the coronavirus pandemic and the Brexit transition, the IMF said.
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The IMF said the coronavirus recession is likely to be more severe than it had predicted just a few weeks ago.
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As Brexit looms, Amazon is starting the process of separating UK and EU sales from 14 November and UK shoppers buying gifts from EU sites and British traders selling to Europe face potential increased costs and confusion.
The international e-commerce giant Amazon has hastened its Brexit bail-out by confirming that traders will no longer be able to remove stock across the EU and UK border from 14 November.
Amazon has just announced record sales figures for its third quarter, with profits tripling. Its net sales increased by 37% to $96.1bn (£74.4bn) in the third quarter but its shipping costs rose by $1.4 billion and are now $5 billion higher than the same period a year earlier.
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