A group if alleged credit card thieves were busted by the police in Massachusetts. The nicked credit cards used to buy gift cards, even came from a Splash Car Wash in Connecticut. The credit cards have all been stripped of data, drained of balance, and reloaded with more stolen credit card information. Just earlier this…
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The “Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment” is the CTIA and its member companies’ vision to help law enforcement resolve stolen phone problems.
Smartphones and gadgets today cease to be just tools for communication. They evolved from luxury, to need, to something most people can’t live without. With the amount of information we store in them, what will happen if they get lost? Or perhaps stolen? The CTIA and its member companies have been working since last year…
It is imperative that every business employ quality bookkeeping so as to be able to provide a complete, accurate, and detailed financial information.
One of the necessary requirements in operating a business is bookkeeping. It is imperative that the business provide a complete, accurate, and detailed financial information so as not to jeopardize its credibility. Below are some of the reasons why every business must have quality bookkeeping: Accurate financial records prepares the business for tax season. Accurate…
Electronic Document Signature Solutions allow you to securely sign and manage your documents online. This helps your business transition from antiquated, paper technology, to secure electronic transmissions and authorizations. Electronic Document Signature Services from many of the leading eSignature organizations ensures the security and integrity of your documents, and is recognized in courts around the…
Parkview Health System, Inc., a nonprofit health care system that serves residents in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio, must pay $800,000 for HIPAA noncompliance. Parkview OCR (Office for Civil Rights) received a complaint from a retiring physician reporting that on June 4, 2009, Parkview employees, knowing the physician wasn’t home, left 71 cardboard boxes with between…