If you have a small business and you open a bank account, no matter what the bank is, and your account gets hacked and your money is stolen, the bank has no liability.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
The national accounting, bookkeeping and tax firm Remote Accountant LLC prides itself on protecting its clients' money. Their mission is to provide superior service to individual taxpayers, entrepreneurs, and small businesses; adhering to their three guiding principles of professionalism, responsiveness, and quality. With the rise of cybertheft it is imperative to find a financial accounting institution that will protect company assets, and provide valuable financial advice.
Unfortunately, small business banking accounts are not insured by banks, as mandated by federal law, when money is pilfered as a result of cyberthieves. "No small business bank account is protected against cybertheft," Kramer told BusinessNewsDaily. "If you have a small business and you open a bank account, no matter what the bank is, and your account gets hacked and your money is stolen, the bank has no liability." To read Kramer's full comments visit smallbusiness.foxbusiness.com/finance-accounting/2014/02/03/warning-business-bank-accounts-arent-safe-from-cybertheft/.
As online banking establishes itself as a staple among business conduct, it is becoming progressively difficult to protect small businesses from malicious malware, which records sensitive baking information used to siphon funds from small business bank accounts. The Business Daily News reports that nearly 70% of small business owners that are victims of cybertheft go out of business within one year. To protect small businesses from cybertheft it is essential that employees are trained to refrain from opening unscrupulous emails, that can contain harmful malware, and executives can learn how to create stalwart passwords for banking accounts to stave off piracy. To learn more about creating effective passwords visit businessnewsdaily.com/5597-create-strong-passwords.html.
Small business owners may protect their online environments by encrypting their sensitive data, and regularly updating anti-virus protection software. For more ways to protect your small business, read the full article here smallbusiness.foxbusiness.com/finance-accounting/2014/02/03/warning-business-bank-accounts-arent-safe-from-cybertheft/.
The pressing need to keep clients' banking information safe and secure can seem like a daunting task to accomplish, yet the specialists at Remote Accountant LLC are experts at encrypting clients' sensitive accounting information. They help clients safeguard their hard-earned money by keeping up with the latest cybertheft trends.
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