Archive for the ‘Saftey Tips’ Category

Seven Tips for Reducing Cyber Risk

April 28, 2022

Understand your cyber risks. Businesses are vulnerable to cyberattacks through hacking, phishing, malware, and other methods. Train Staff. Those engaged in cyberattacks find a point of entry into a business’ systems and network. A business’ exposure can be reduced by having and enforcing a computer password policy for its employees. Keep Software Updated. Businesses should […]

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National Roadway Safety Strategy Announced

March 31, 2022

The National Roadway Safety Strategy (NRSS) is “a roadmap for addressing the national crisis in roadway fatalities and serious injuries.” We cannot tolerate the continuing crisis of roadway deaths in America. These deaths are preventable, and that’s why we’re launching the National Roadway Safety Strategy today — a bold, comprehensive plan, with significant new funding […]

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7 Ways to Improve Company Driver Safety

February 11, 2022

If you have company trucks to provide service offsite or to deliver products, your drivers spend a lot of time on the road. Check out these tips for improving safety and reducing costs: Make sure your drivers have safety gear onboardStock your trucks with warning triangles, first aid kits, LED flares, warning flags, and make […]

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Are Employers Responsible for Employee Identity Theft?

September 22, 2021

The answer is yes, which is why it’s important to practice good cyber risk management. Cyber thieves love employee personnel records. With the information they steal from Social Security numbers, birth dates, work history, bank account information and health information, they can do a lot of harm and “earn” a lot of money. As an […]

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How to Spot a Fake PPE Mask

May 21, 2021

Millions of counterfeit masks have been seized by federal agents and millions more are likely still in use. Liability and health risks from counterfeit PPE (personal protective equipment) masks is a growing problem. Federal agents and others have seized more than 11 million counterfeit masks, including the N95 masks used in hospitals. According to the […]

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8 Major Cyber Security Concerns in the Age of COVID-19

March 24, 2021

More employees working from home means more possibilities for cyber security breaches. The Covid-19 pandemic has been a game changer for businesses. For some businesses change may have even been beneficial, such as increased online sales or greater numbers of people working from home. But Covid-19 has also brought more digitization, and that has helped […]

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Operating Your Business During the Pandemic

September 10, 2020

Many businesses have adjusted to the pandemic by implementing work from home arrangements for their employees. This is often an incomplete or inadequate solution though. The results can be less than ideal for the business, its employees and customers. Some businesses cannot even survive let alone thrive under these conditions and reopening at least to […]

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Cyber Security for Mobile Devices

June 26, 2020

If you use a mobile device for company business, you should: Create a strong pin or password, Enable face or fingerprint recognition, Disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when not needed, Be careful about which apps you download, Disable location services when not needed, Backup your phone often, and Consider installing remote wipe software to remove data […]

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Cyber Security and Working Remotely in the Pandemic

June 12, 2020

Now with so many more people working from home because of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s a good time to review your off-site cybersecurity practices. Many — maybe even most — of the people now working from home have probably never worked for you from home before. So, just because you’ve established protocols in the past […]

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Traveling the Same Roads Together: AVs and Humans

March 17, 2020

An Update on Safety and Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) Nuro For the first time, regulators at the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) have given permission to an AV manufacturer, Nuro, Inc., to deploy 5000 low-speed electric delivery vehicles without human controls like mirrors or steering wheels. The small, seat-less car, with gull-wing cargo doors on […]

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