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Best Tools and Techniques for Employee Security Awareness Training

Phishing simulation training? Audits? Incentivizing training? We talked to 18 infosec leaders and asked them what the best tools and techniques for employee security awareness training are. From cyber hygiene best practices to avoiding phishing attacks and social engineering attacks, the dangers of file sharing and cloud storage services, and more, there's a lot for employees to be aware of when it comes to Read More

Inc. Magazine – Is it just a Slump?

Personal Finance Writer Helaine Olen, writing for Inc. Magazine asked, "Is It Just a Slump, or Should You Call It Quits? Here's How to Tell; Sometimes grit wins out--but sometimes you have to know when to walk away" in an article published in the Winter 2018/19 edition of the publication. "Alexis Tryon co-founded Artsicle in NYC in 2010 to sell original art online to the masses--people wanting to decorate their Read More

What You Need to Know: Threats Your Technology Poses to Confidentiality and Attorney-Client Privilege

Jane Muir co-presented a webinar for the American Bar Association, entitled What You Need to Know: Threats Your Technology Poses to Confidentiality and Attorney-Client Privilege, which is authorized for ethics continuing legal education credits. Summary: Technology poses an ever-increasing threat to the attorney-client privilege as well as confidentiality. Emails and social media profiles are usually the Read More

Investiture of Dawn Denaro – Happiness at Work

On October 5, 2018, Hon. Dawn Denaro celebrated her Investiture as a Judge on the 11th Judicial Circuit. The Hon. Bertila Soto, Chief Judge of the 11th Judicial Circuit, presided over the Investiture. Former Judge Ariana Fajardo, who is now the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, delivered the invocation. Deborah Baker, member of the Florida Bar Board of Governors, spoke on behalf of the Florida Read More

Buzzfeed Cites Jane Muir – How to Master Your Email

Jane Muir was included in an article by Yitzi Weiner for Authority Magazine, entitled "400 Tips To Master Your Email and Have a Stress-Free Inbox." Jane's tips were: 1. It is impossible to advance your own goals if you allow yourself to be distracted by requests for attention from others constantly arriving in your inbox. Start with the decision that you set your own agenda, and that agenda takes priority over the Read More

What You Need to Know About Sole Proprietorships in Florida

Trying to select the perfect way to organize your business is challenging. With so many choices, you can feel too overwhelmed with information to make a good decision. One of the most popular ways for a small business to organize is as a sole proprietorship.[1] Although there are many advantages to forming under this structure, there are also some disadvantages. Here is what you need to know about sole Read More

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Organizing as a LLC

Before you begin your new business, one of the first things you need to do is decide how you want to organize it. Although there are several different ways to organize, one of the most common is as a limited liability company (LLC). As with any other type of business entity, LLCs have advantages and disadvantages. Here are some of the issues to consider when deciding if you want to organize your business as an Read More

Fupping cites Jane Muir, “Charge More and Daily Routine”

Zak Parker authored an article entitled, "How To Reduce The Number Of Hours You Work Without Sacrificing Quality" for Fupping.com, citing Jane Muir's advice on Daily Routine. Daily Routine "Sometimes, the only person standing in the way of working less is yourself. Maybe you feel responsible for everything, or guilty when things don't get done, or your perfectionism will not allow you to finish a project. If so, Read More

Forbes Online Quotes Jane Muir about “Fine Print”

Christopher Elliott published an article on "fine print" in contracts on Forbes online platform on August 12, citing Jane Muir as a source. "If you want to know why customers are bolting for the exits, talk to someone like Robert Barrows. He'll offer fine-print examples businesses should follow -- if they want to fail. Barrows, an ad executive from San Mateo, Calif., recently had a bright idea for a new Read More

Getting Served with your First Lawsuit

Entrepreneurs tend to be optimistic; if they were fearful, they would never have started a business. Because of their optimism, they tend to believe that every partner, employee, and customer is going to work out well. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Even though it is usually unexpected, getting sued is almost a rite of passage. It is a growth experience for an entrepreneur to learn how to weigh the costs Read More