Protecting Your Identity in the Digital Age

Identity theft continues to be the top concern of today's consumers. The number one consumer complaint to the Federal Trade Commission is identity theft. Small businesses are at risk too as they are a sweet spot for identity thieves. They have more money to steal than individuals usually do, and they often don't have the protections in place that large businesses do. What should you do to protect yourself and your business from identity theft? Learn practical ways to protect yourself and how to quickly respond if you find out you're a victim by attending this free class on April 8.

North Kansas City Fire Department Training Room
1815 Howell St, North Kansas City MO, 64116
Friday, April 8, 2016 - 8:30am to 10:00am

Preventing Data Disasters: 5 Security Policies Every Business Should Have

Data loss can spell disaster for any organization, particularly if the data ends up in the wrong hands. As such, no company can be too vigilant when it comes to protecting their digital assets. Contrary to popular belief, it is actually smaller businesses that present the favorite targets to hackers. Small companies represent something of a sweet spot between consumers with their lesser financial resources and large enterprises that typically invest in highly expensive state-of-the-art security systems. Nonetheless, even the smallest businesses that handle sensitive data should have the following security policies in place.