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Data breaches and attacks from hackers are a problem for any business, and franchises are particularly vulnerable. Cybersecurity in franchising is very real concern. Learn about new technologies, training, and other methods to protect your franchise business from a data breach, protect your business from lawsuits, and provide your customers with peace of mind.

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Digital dilemma: Balancing adoption of online technologies against increasing customer data privacy and protection laws
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How well are you protecting your customers’ data and complying with the raft of new data privacy rules?
  • Helen Bond
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We asked Mijo Alanis, founder and CEO of Beyond Juicery + Eatery, how data privacy rules are affecting franchisee recruitment strategy and tactics at his brand
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Scam alert! Fraudulent emails are being sent regarding registration and attendee lists for Franchise Update Media’s conferences
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Franchise Update Media warns of impostors, strongly advises dealing with the company directly for conference registrations and hotel reservations  
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What To Know So That Your Business Doesn't Become The Victim Of A POS Hacker.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee
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By now everyone is painfully aware that even a modest data breach at a medium-sized company can cause a world of pain. Cyber response costs alone (including reimbursing credit card companies for having to issue replacement cards) can run into the millions.
  • Eric Levy, Eddie Block, and Peter Vogel
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How a coaching approach with your employees can work to eliminate the negative and draining emotions of accountability.
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We often hear about the wage gap. But one emerging reality from the trend of the flexible economy is a tax classification gap.
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The chip card (EMV) deadline passed in October 2015. Yet according to industry accounts, fewer than 50 percent of retail and restaurant outlets were set up by the end of December 2016 to accept cards this way.
  • Tom Epstein
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The October 1, 2015 deadline for EMV-capable POS readers has come and gone. And much like Y2K 16 years ago, the world did not end and most POS systems are still working just fine.
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While very skilled at installing systems, point-of-sale (POS) vendors often don't understand security basics and likely won't make your security their main priority.
  • Brand Barney
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Cyber attacks are on the increase. Here's what small- to medium-sized franchisees can do to be more secure in the future.
  • Darren Guccione
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Business entrepreneurs and leaders will always encounter challenges. But they can forge ahead with skills like caring, courage, confidence, competence and commitment.
  • Marsha Friedman
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Hopefully, you've heard that the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has changed... again.
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As people get closer to the age when they hope to retire, traditional wisdom calls for moving into more conservative - safer - investments, such as Treasury bonds and many fixed-income mutual funds.
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Phishing may be old news, but it still works. Ongoing education about phishing scams is essential for anyone who uses your system. It doesn't matter if you have the most secure security system in the world.
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If the nation hadn't been in the midst of a government shutdown and debt ceiling debate, last year's Nobel Prize winners in economics probably would have received more attention and commentary.
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We hear hacking horror stories every day. Businesses around the world call us in a panic, needing to decipher what went wrong with their security.
  • David Ellis
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"Who has my back in retirement?" That's the question pre-retirees and retirees want answered when it's all said and done, says veteran financial planner David Zolt
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IRAs and annuities are growing in popularity as retirement investment options, according to recent surveys, but three financial experts warn they can have serious disadvantages.
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Larry Katzen made partner at Arthur Andersen by the time he was 30. The "Big 8" accounting firm had a long reputation for innovation and integrity.
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"Age 85 is a bad time to go broke," says retirement planner Jeff Gorton.
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Hearing about embezzlement in a public company rarely shocks anyone, but when it happens in a family business, people are often stunned.
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Glenn Mueller is Domino's Pizza's largest single franchisee with 135 units. It's a partnership made in pizza heaven.
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If I know anything about franchisees, it's that they have lists for everything, from daily kitchen cleaning practices to employee entrance procedures.
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In all likelihood, 2013 will feel a lot like 2012. Only two significant factors could change the economic environment in 2013 from the past two years of choppy, but painfully gradual improvement.
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A leader's primary function is to help employees develop a strong belief in the mission of the company and the importance of their individual jobs.
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The rapidly expanding mobile payments market is attractive to merchants because of the low entry barrier to obtain a smartphone or tablet device.
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There was a time when a hacker needed exceptional computer skills to breach a system. Only the most talented and experienced computer users could successfully bypass even the most minimal security provisions.
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