Protecting Businesses and Multifamily Communities from Sexual Harassment

Since the outbreak of the #MeToo movement, sexual assault allegations have been made in multiple...

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Data Privacy: Protecting Yourself and Your Residents

You wouldn’t want your information out in the open for anyone and everyone to get their hands...

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Why your Identity is Still at Risk to the Equifax Data Breach

Months after Equifax’s major data breach left 145 million consumer’s personal information...

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From Marijuana to Criminal History: 2018’s New Employment Legislation

While reviewing new talent to join your company, you’ll now have to keep in mind that bills...

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How to Best Vet Property Managers

In the multifamily industry, it’s extremely important that you choose the right person to fill a...

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September 11, 2017

How to Protect Yourself from the Equifax Data Breach

On September 7th Equifax had a major security breach that potentially compromised 143 million consumer’s personal information. The information accessed includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver's license numbers. In addition, credit card numbers for approximately 209,000 U.S. consumers, and certain dispute documents with personal identifying information for approximately 182,000 U.S. consumers, were accessed.

August 31, 2017

3 Things your Employment Screening Provider Should Offer

Pre-employment screening safeguards against potential threats to you, your staff, and your company, and it is a great first step to determining whether or not a job applicant is the right fit....

August 08, 2017

From Cocaine to Criminal History: New Employment Legislation is Here

From California to Indiana, new employment legislation has passed and is pending. Within the past few months San Francisco has enacted a ban on asking a job applicant what their salary history is,...

June 21, 2017

9 Important Ways to Protect Smart Devices From Hackers

Written by Lynn Brown, original post on Shredit.com

The tremendous growth in internet connected smart devices is creating a whole new opportunity for hackers to take advantage of lacking smart...