Every small business owner should have the necessary tools in their arsenal to prevent or reduce crimes. We have taken the time to put a list of 5 small business crime prevention tips together to make your business operations easier.
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1. Risk Assessment
No matter the size of your business, you must determine your vulnerability and weaknesses when assessing your business security needs.
2. Pre-Employment Background Checks
When you are hiring employees, you might need more information on a candidate to make an informed decision.
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3. Tips to Protect Your Business From Cybercrime
Study after study highlights a sad fact. Small businesses are treated as “soft” targets by hackers and Cybercrimes.
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4. Small business fraud and the trusted employee –Protecting against unique vulnerabilities
Small businesses have it rough. They’re particularly vulnerable to fraud because they lack the resources to implement complete systems of internal controls and properly segregate accounting duties among their limited staffs.
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5. List of Three Crimes That Affect Businesses
The list of crimes that can be committed against businesses is as long as any state’s criminal code, so it may be helpful to break those crimes down into three categories of who commits the crime.
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Small Business Crime Prevention is on the mind of every business owner and manager. We can never be too certain or secure in protecting our business. Small Business Crime Prevention strategies must remain vigil and fluid; your strategies must change as the crimes change.
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Be Safe and Be Prepared!