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Privacy risks are high: The importance of securing your data correctly.

How can you make sure your clients’ data stays private and protected?

External and internal threats to a business have become increasingly common. Yet, most small businesses are still falling short of the necessary safeguards when it comes to protecting client data. More than 85% of small businesses are not providing the baseline level of data privacy protection for the transactional communications they send. This includes cheques, statements and patient records. These kinds of documents contain sensitive, personal information. Clients have placed their trust in the handling of this information. That means that businesses have a moral obligation to protect their customers. Businesses must also comply with stringent regulatory obligations… and the stakes are high if regulations are not adhered to. So, how can you make sure your clients’ data is protected?

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