Entrepreneurial

Small business defense against cybercrime

December 29, 2011

Small businesses can innocently expose themselves to cybercrime when an employee opens an email that appears to be from the CEO, not updating the anti-virus program or having a laptop lost or stolen.

How will new identity theft rules affect small business?

By Guest Contributor
January 12, 2011

- Minara El-Rahman is a contributor to FindLaw’s “Free Enterprise” blog. FindLaw is owned by Thomson Reuters. -

Are your business plans more secure than Twitter’s?

July 16, 2009

lockIt’s not every day that a privately-owned company’s internal financial laundry is scattered across the Web for all to see.