Protecting privacy and information
Protecting privacy is about safeguarding your customer relationships.
Customers will quickly move to competitors who look after their data if they don't believe you can protect their personal information.
Be aware of state and national privacy laws, which govern how your business should record, store and dispose of information.
Educating your staff about privacy issues will also ensure a culture of security throughout your business.
This guide explains what privacy laws apply to your business and how to increase awareness of privacy issues within your business.
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