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FTC Sep 25
What to do when someone steals your identity:
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FTC Sep 25
Company charged with posing as SBA lender settles FTC charges and ceases using ‘SBA Loan Program’ website and business name:
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FTC Sep 25
welcomes Brazil’s Secretaria Nacional do Consumidor (SENACON) as the 40th consumer protection authority to support this initiative. Report international scams at
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FTC Sep 25
You’ve probably gotten calls claiming to be from . Watch how two people handle these calls and learn what you can do to avoid government imposter scams:
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FTC Sep 24
New on the blog: Seeing the whole picture on avoidance devices:
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FTC Sep 24
Transactions granted early termination of HSR waiting period by the FTC & DOJ on Sept. 23 are now posted:
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FTC Sep 24
Did you miss the workshop on data portability earlier this week? Now available:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Visit to access free resources for small businesses. Fact sheets, videos and quizzes will help you train your employees to make security part of the business routine.
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @naic
A5: Cyber insurance is one option that can help protect your business against losses resulting from a cyber-attack. Learn more . Thanks to for its role developing the content.
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Before you hire a web host provider, download this checklist of questions to ask:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
Your vendors may have access to your business’ sensitive information. Make sure they secure their own network. Gets tips here:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
Do you know how to protect your small business from tech support scams? If a callers says there’s a problem with your computer or network, hang up. A tech support call you don’t expect is a scam.
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Wondering how to protect your business from email imposters? Use email authentication. Learn more: . Keep security up to date; Train your staff. More:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Small business owners: Are you worried about your staff falling for a phishing attack? Share this to help them learn about phishing: , then take the quiz:
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IRS Tax Pros Sep 24
Replying to @IRSnews
Identity thieves know the tax code, filing practices and how to get valuable data. Just like individuals, businesses should watch for signs of identity theft.
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Watch this video to learn about ransomware and how to protect your small business:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Train your employees about cybersecurity. It’ll help protect your business network and data. Start the conversation. More:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Cybersecurity starts with strong physical security. is the perfect time to review how you’re protecting info in paper files, hard drives, flash drives and other equipment:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: NIST Cyber framework has five components: identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover; Use it to help your small biz be cyber-secure:
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FTC Sep 24
Replying to @FTC
A5: Learn some cybersecurity basics and help protect your business from cyber attacks. Watch this short video
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