By ensuring the safety of your customers and your company’s accounts, you not only build a lasting trust with these fickle shoppers, but you protect your financial interests.
As cybercriminals get more sophisticated, small-business owners need to ensure they stay up to date on how to protect their point-of-sale terminals.
Small business owners need to ensure their customers’ financial data is secure, which can mean upgrading POS technology, considering cloud storage and leasing equipment.
There are several ways small business owners can make the current payment technology work in protecting their customers’ financial data.
Not enough small businesses are preparing for the EMV-card shift, while too few American consumers are aware of the transition.
Swipe-and-sign credit cards are being phased out in favor of EMV chip cards that provide greater security for customers and merchants.
If you own a small business, it’s vital to take customer data protection seriously.
Creating a loyalty program can help you increase customer devotion and repeat business.
Email is one of the best ways retailers can reach consumers.
Just 16 percent of small business owners report employee theft to the police.