Protect Your Data So You Can Focus on Your Jewelry
Courtesy of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Co.
When you think about theft within your business, protecting your inventory is probably the first thing that comes to mind. Unfortunately, that isn’t the only theft that can harm a business: data theft and fraud can have an even greater financial impact on your bottom line.
If you’re storing records electronically, taking payment via credit card, or paying employees, you’re working with personally identifiable information—which includes details beyond already public knowledge, such as social security, financial account, and even driver’s license numbers. When that information is breached, it can be big news and cause serious damage to your reputation and your bottom line.