Don’t Be A Sitting Duck

Small businesses are under attack. Right now, extremely dangerous and well-funded cybercrime rings from all over the world are using sophisticated methods to hack into small business systems to steal company and client information. Some rings are even being funded by their own governments. Their weapon of choice―SPAM. Statistica reports that as of March 2018, View Article →

Cannabis and Land Use Regulations: Engineering the Uncharted Territory

As more states legalize cannabis, states and their municipalities across the country are grappling with decisions relating to developing regulations. Medical/recreational cultivation, distribution, sale, and cannabis usage all need to be taken into consideration. This makes things complicated for officials to create guidelines for land use. For states considering legalization, municipalities within that state may View Article →

Top 10 Money Tips Every Freshman Should Know

As college students head to campus for the fall semester, money management should be on their personal syllabus, according to Atlantic Stewardship Bank. The bank has released ten money-saving tips to help college students get an early start on securing their financial future. “It’s important for college students to take control of their financial future View Article →

5 Cybersecurity Threats You Need to Worry About in 2018

You’re living in a rapidly evolving digital world that’s forcing your business to dive deeper into the digital landscape. Even if you’re business merely dabbles in the digital world, you’re still at high-risk if you have any information stored online. High profile cybersecurity events hitting headlines in the past year, like Ukraine’s power grid and the Equifax breach, View Article →