Whilst flexible schedules and locations are sought after, they also bring forward the added threat of malicious insider actions to the organization. Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report 2021 – (DBIR) – shows the risk rose 40% in 2020! Tripling in the last three years.
Ransomware has been a plague on every business. An estimated 61% of organizations worldwide experienced a damaging ransomware incident in 2020, a 20% increase over the same period in 2019. A successful ransomware attack is inevitably an expensive, disruptive disaster. Ransomware cyber insurance claims grew by 260% in 2020. This flood of ransomware has led to a wave of questions from businesses wondering what to do to stay safe and what to do if they get hit – including whether they should pay the ransom.
When it comes to spending, Millennials, or the generation generally regarded as being born between 1981 and 1996, are often blamed for being the force responsible for “killing” different industries. According to a survey from NBC and GenForward, 62% of Millennials owe more in debt than they have in savings.
Are you running your jewelry store like a fruit stand—keeping the product fresh, Starting each day with a smile, hoping the lines will be long and that your genteel salespeople close more sales than they lose? If so, you are losing about 40% of your profits.
One platform that has been seemingly difficult to pinpoint for small businesses, but has always attracted attention, is Hulu. With Hulu’s latest beta launch of their self-serve platform, many independent jewelers across the country will now be able to target bridal consumers viewing over 50 hours of OTT content per month on their platform.
As an ecommerce jeweler, you’ve probably noticed the rising trend in online shopping. In fact, ecommerce sales will reach over $630 billion in 2020 per Juniper Research. While more customers are great for your business, it’s also a good time to focus on how to keep your customers safe. As online sales increase, so does the potential for fraud. Juniper predicts that 65% of all online sales this year will be fraudulent.