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Protect My Business

Protecting your business means protecting it from lawsuits, theft, and disasters. It means having the proper contracts and insurance in place for your specific business, employees, products, and services. And it involves creating a succession plan so your business continues under new management. 

If you aren’t sure where to get started with protecting your business, you are in the right place. 

Here, you can dig into resources to protect your business when it comes to privacy, from understanding data privacy requirements, protecting personal information, and even what to do if your business experiences a data breach. Cyber Security is an ever-changing arena that almost every company must address. Our sections for the Walla Walla, Washington area on this topic are a start in that process. 

Disaster Planning and Recovery are topics that go far beyond the well-known thefts, burglaries, and acts of nature. Our resources can help companies prepare for and, if necessary, recover from disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, and fires.  Home-based businesses are also discussed.

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A key piece of protecting your business is having the correct contracts in place, insuring your business the proper way based on your products and services, and having connections to affordable legal advice when a situation warrants it.We’ve curated resources to help you cover your bases on this front.
As a business, you are responsible for any breaches or mishandling of your customers' data by law. Find resources for protecting your company's data.
Even if you are running a small business, you are at risk for cyber attacks. In fact, many cybercrimes target small businesses because many lack the security infrastructure that larger enterprises use. Find resources to protect your business's information assets.
Nobody wants to think about disasters. When a disaster strikes, will your business be prepared? Whether it's a rare natural occurrence such as an earthquake or fire, or a much more common disaster like a power outage or server failure preparing for the worst is only a part of what you need to consider to keep your business running. Review these resources to ensure your business will be back up and running quickly.