The Crime Factor

Business Against Crime

Coalition of big and small business working with government to combat crime.
rating: 
0
No votes yet

How safe is your Service Station?

To start or manage any business is challenging enough, but owning and operating a service station has added challenges.
rating: 
0
No votes yet

Keep your website secure

The security of your website is crucial to keeping an online business booming. The fact that your site is open for literally the entire world to access, means you can not completely guarantee your website's security. That is simply the nature of the Internet. However, there some basic measures you can put in place to help prevent Internet thieves from getting their hands on sensitive information.

rating: 
0
No votes yet

Protect your business from crime

The high crime rate is a reality of doing business in South Africa. It is because of this that security is one of the most important aspects of running a business - it's not an area where you can afford to cut corners. Smaller companies, with fewer resources to secure themselves, are particularly vulnerable. Find out what basic measures you can put in place to make your business less of a target. This article looks at various ways of assuring your company and your employees' safety.

rating: 
0
No votes yet

South African Fraud Prevention Services

The Southern African Fraud Prevention Service (SAFPS) is a proudly South African non profit company committed to combating fraud across the financial services industry by providing a shared database to member organisations as well as offering the South African public a means of protecting themselves against impersonation and identity theft. From an initial membership of only two banks, the SAFPS now provides fraud related data to some 65 trusted brands in the South African economy.

rating: 
0
No votes yet

Why small businesses need to care about security

Though to some degree this must seem obvious, security is a wide-ranging concern, since there are all sorts of dynamics and targets of theft. But with new tech and new ways of creating and storing data, we need to take precautionary steps to help secure ourselves - and, therefore, our businesses. This article looks at how not to fall victim to cyber and other crime.

rating: 
0
No votes yet