Monthly Archives: June 2016

Cybersecurity tips

The following information is compliments of True North Networks  Over the next several weeks I’ll be writing about cybersecurity things you can to do create a more secure environment within your firm. Maintain a business class firewall Educate yourself and … Continue reading

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Due Diligence on Alternative Investments

At a recent NAPFA conference there was an interesting vendor in the exhibit hall –   Mick/Law P.C. is a specialty firm providing due diligence and a broad range of legal service to its valued clients focusing on representation of … Continue reading

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4 looming Dangers of Social Media for Business

This blog is an excerpt from Smarsh blog (which was an excerpt from Best Practices for Social Media Archiving and Security from Osterman Research). The full report is available for download here. Absence of Social Media Policies in Many Organizations … Continue reading

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Be careful of what you click on

After my blog last week “Do you limit what employees can access via the Internet”  I received a comment from Bill Winterberg from FFPad.com.  He suggested, and I agree, that banning Facebook doesn’t address the problem.  The problem is that employees … Continue reading

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