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If you run a business these days, chances are good you’re handling at least a small amount of customer data. Unfortunately, no matter what security measures you have in place for storing and protecting that sensitive data, the fact that you manage such personally identifiable information puts your business at constant risk (however small) of a data breach.
So as a small business owner, what happens if those addresses, credit card numbers, and other sensitive information do get compromised? What do you do when an unexpected breach of data threatens not only customer safety and well-being but also the brand
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