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Women Owned Small Business Certification Program - Part One: Requirements

Business Owners2020 brought uncertainty to the world and, for many businesses, financial instability. In addition, 2020 brought inequities and disparities in our society to the forefront. To address both of these issues, many businesses are striving to achieve increased diversity in the workplace, while simultaneously seeking additional opportunities to secure financial opportunities. Read More ›

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Health Care Providers Face Growing Ransomware Risks, and Potential Sanctions for Paying Ransom

Ransomware AttackAs if COVID-19 wasn’t enough of a challenge for many struggling hospitals and health care systems, there is another growing threat they must guard against: cyberattacks.

On October 28, 2020, the FBI, Department of Health and Human Services, and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued a report warning of "an increased and imminent cybercrime threat" to U.S. hospitals and health care providers. Read More ›

Categories: Cybersecurity, Electronic Health Records, Hospice, Hospitals

Online Sales, Export Opportunities and Due Diligence…Oh My (Part II)

Businesses receive online orders or inquiries from international entities through their websites constantly. In addition to business due diligence of vetting a potential customer and potential business deal (see Part I of this article dated June 12, 2017), legal due diligence on the export control side is key.  Read More ›