Three Operating Mistakes That Could Be Putting Your Business's Data At Risk

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Most businesses believe they are making a valiant effort to protect their data. However, the opposite is often true. A report covering a single year revealed more than 250 business breaches, exposing the sensitive information of 22 million people. What's even more alarming is that most of these incidents were preventable. Make sure your business isn't making a mistake that may be putting your records at risk. Overlooking In-House Breaches

30 June 2016

When You Need Force Protection For Your Family: What Your Kids Need To Know

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Keeping military service members safe no matter where they are in the world can be a challenge. In or out of uniform, there are threats to military personnel who live and work outside the U.S. Some of those threats can impact the families of service members as well. Force protection or security may be present to offer an additional layer of safety for military members, but there are often situations where you as a member of a military family will need to rely on personal measures that you take.

30 June 2016

3 Home Updates Sure To Maximize Energy Efficiency

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As a homeowner, it's important to make basic updates throughout the years that help optimize your household's energy efficiency so you don't end up wasting money on heating and cooling costs. Many home updates can provide you with ongoing energy savings and at the same time offer a variety of other benefits to take advantage of – here are three such options to consider incorporating: Plant Deciduous Trees in the Yard

6 June 2016

4 Ways To Throw A Safe Company Party

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A company party is a great way for your employees and their families to get to know each other and bond. Unfortunately, your party could be disrupted and your employees and their families could be put at risk. If you are planning a company party, here are some ways you can protect partygoers and avoid a lawsuit for injuries.  Move the Party Off-Site Holding a company party at your business sounds like a good way to save money, but doing so could leave your business open for legal action.

19 April 2016

Your New Home's Security

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Moving into a new house can be a lot of work. Not only do you have to worry about moving everything you own from one place to the other, but then you also have to deal with all the other stuff, such as turning on utilities and making sure the house is set up to your liking. Also, you won't want to forget about making sure the house is secure. You should consider following the helpful advice in this article when you move into your new home to keep it properly secured.

14 April 2016

A Few Methods Used To Protect Your Personal Identification

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In this new, technological world a lot of personal data is stored on computers and transferred over the Internet. Medical records and financial data are no longer stored on a computer that is completely isolated and not connected to anything else. These records contain not only your name and address but also your insurance information, banking account numbers, credit card information, and quite possibly medical information you do not wish to have made public knowledge.

6 April 2016

Home Security Tips

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If recent criminal activity in your area has made you rethink the security of your home, then you want to take extra steps to ensure that your house is as secure as possible. You can learn about some of the things you could be doing to increase your home security by reading the following: Have a family meeting about home security The first thing you want to do is to have a family meeting and make sure everyone in your household knows what you expect from them regarding helping to keep your house a safer place.

30 March 2016