What Small Businesses Inside and Out of Georgia Can Do to Defend Against Cybersecurity Threats

by Jon NottinghamDecember 20, 2019 6:39 PM

Cybersecurity threats are real for businesses across the country, but one state is making an effort to make its citizens more knowledgeable about these dangers. Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr announced the release of Cybersecurity in Georgia to inform business owners and other individuals about potential cyber threats and how they can reduce the likelihood of these attacks. 

While the 24-page guide was aimed at business in Georgia, its message is relevant for businesses all across the country. Here’s a breakdown of what you can do to protect your business from cyber threats.

A small business owner in Georgia using a smart phone and computer set up with proper cybersecurity practices. 


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Providing Red Cross Medical Emergency Training for Your Business

by Kacie SuttonMarch 24, 2016 8:00 AM

In the event of a fire, we have all been taught STOP, DROP, and ROLL. But do we know what to do in the event of an unconscious, choking, or injured employee? According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 211,000 workplace injuries occur each year. In an emergency, seconds count. Is your staff ready? 

Image of CPR training. GMS is a certified training provider through the Red Cross.



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