Keep Your Data Under Lock and Key And Avoid Embarrassing Information Breaches
A business owner must work with his or her employees to protect customer and employee information. In fact, this is a huge task that many businesses fail to take seriously enough and because of that, serious problems often result.
Fortunately, one can easily develop a comprehensive strategy that protects your enterprise information and saves your business time and money.
1. Secure Your Payment Information
When it comes to credit card processing, there are several measures you can take in order to protect your finances and client information.
When making any kind of payment, consumers look for security and convenience in that order of priority. Cash and checks are the most secure forms of payment, but they are slowly on the way out due to the convenience of card transactions and the convenience of not carrying jingling change in your pockets or worrying about losing your cash to pickpockets. Credit and debit card transactions are on the rise, with close to 66%of all in-person transactions last year being completed with plastic cards, according to Javelin Strategy & Research market report on retail point of sale.
Add to this the smartphone proliferation into our day-to-day lives as we manage our communications, socialize with friends and watch or listen to entertainment on the go. The logical result of these trends would be the convenience of using a mobile or smartphone as a form of payment instead of cards or cash. There are many experiments, field trails and actual transactions already happening this way.
Let’s look at Google Wallet as an example. Google Wallet enables…..