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Google Chrome to Warn Users When Visiting Unsecure HTTP Websites

Google is rolling out more than version 68 of its Chrome web browser on July 24. This also marks the end of the road for HTTP sites (sort of). In an effort to encourage website owners to move over to HTTPS and obtain a valid TLS certificate, Google Chrome will display the words “Not secure” [...]

Vital Insurance Coverages for Salons

Gaps in insurance coverage can be dangerous for any business. You may think you are covered only to find out at the worst possible time that a seemingly insignificant policy means the difference between carrying on or closing the doors after a claim is filed. While this is true for all industries, to highlight our [...]

A Newtek Success Story: Anglin Construction

For Delaware based Anglin Construction, business is all in the family. The father and sons are third and fourth generation construction industry pros. Their hands on, personalized approach to designing and constructing residential and commercial projects has helped them expand their operation into Pennsylvania and Maryland since they began operation in 2005. Anglin Construction first [...]

5 Suggestions for Resolving Conflicts at Work

This article was originally published at the International Association of Women’s website.  To learn more about this organization and its mission to empower women in business click here. The workplace is comprised of a wide variety of different talents, skills, ideas, and tenets. This diversity is celebrated, even embraced; each individual brings something unique to [...]

Social Media Tips for Your Small Business

“It’s no longer a question of “if” you should get on social media, but instead “what” social media you should focus on.” – Amy Dalcanton, Marketing Specialist at Unlimited | Sotheby’s International Realty. Today, our world is hooked on the idea of social media. The ability to explore virtually anything at any time has allowed [...]

Beneficial Ownership Rule: What it Means

Effective May 11, all banks and processors are subject to new rules under the Bank Secrecy Act that have been imposed by the United States Department of Treasury. These new rules will allow law enforcement to better investigate potential involvement in money laundering, terrorist funding, tax evasion, fraud, and other financial crimes. What this means [...]

Changes to PCI Compliance are Coming June 30. Is Your Ecommerce Business Ready?

In 2015, the Payment Card Industry (PCI) updated their standards for encrypting online and ecommerce transactions. For years the SSL and TLS 1.0 protocols were enough, but as hackers have gotten savvier the industry has been forced to adapt. To that end, ecommerce and businesses using online gateways must transition to TLS 1.1 encryption or [...]

Protecting Your Business from Hurricanes and Other Natural Disasters

June 1 marks the start of the 2018 Hurricane Season. With this in mind, now is the perfect time to review your business insurance policies to make sure you are covered in the event of a hurricane or other natural disaster. Whether you are based out of an area prone to hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes, or [...]

Small Business Week 2018: Protecting Your Business from a Data Breach

Contrary to what you may expect, small businesses are frequent targets of hackers. While the yield may be comparatively smaller than what can be gained from a large corporation, small businesses are seen as more vulnerable to cyber attacks due to lack of resources to fully protect sensitive information. A breach can cause irreparable harm [...]