As we wind down summer and head into the fall, now is the perfect time to be proactive in your jewelry business and plan for winter. From October to November (also known as Q4), this period is the longest and largest buying periods for consumers and often makes or breaks a jewelry business. What you do today will have an immediate impact on how your jewelry sales perform tomorrow. You need to start planning now if you want to end with a profitable 2021. It’s early enough and still not too late.
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.
You may be thinking your website is the only factor to your online success, and in fact, it is one of the most crucial pieces of your digital footprint. However, we need to look the website as the hub and all of the other spokes working in unison that make up the entire scope of your business online.
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