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Develop Agility and Resistance


Large companies are not the only targets of cyberattacks. Hackers are interested mostly in easy money. Make it harder for hackers to break through.


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Cybersecurity is the #1 concern for the year ahead.

Protect your business from cyberthreats

  • Educate and train. You and every employee at your company are the easiest way in for hackers. Train your team to recognize suspicious activity before a breach occurs.
  • Assess vulnerabilities. Bring in an independent cybersecurity contractor to fully assess your tech environment and identify any security areas you need to address.
  • Pay attention to email. Email is one of the most common ways hackers sneak into your systems. Implement spam detection and attachment scanning. But also create and socialize your email policies so that everyone knows what to look out for.
  • Review payment procedures. Social engineering scams that target finance and accounting departments are extremely common. Prevent payments from landing in the wrong hands with strong procedures and safety checks.
  • Require strong passwords. Your passwords are the gateway to your systems. Strengthen your security with multifactor authentication.
  • Plan for worst-case. No one can prevent all possible technology disasters. Be prepared to minimize further damage and quickly recover your systems and data.

Test your knowledge

Business Checking

Chase offers a wide variety of business checking accounts for small, mid-sized and large businesses. Compare our business checking solutions and find the right checking account for you.

Business Loans

Finance your small business with business loans from Chase. Find a variety of financing options including SBA loans, commercial financing and a business line of credit to invest in the future of your business.

Business Credit Cards

Find and apply for the Ink business credit card best suited for your business. Compare the benefits of the Ink business credit cards.

Payment Solutions

Accept debit and credit cards with safe, secure, and convenient Payment Solutions from Chase anywhere you do business – online, in-store, and on the go. Visit our Developer Center to find Payments APIs, developer tools, and documentation.

Business Savings

Chase offers a variety of business savings accounts including Total Savings, Premier Savings and a business CD. Compare savings accounts and find the right business savings account for you.

Business Debit Cards

More convenient than cash and checks - money is deducted right from your business checking account. Make deposits and withdrawals at the ATM with your business debit card. Save time every month with recurring payments.

Commercial Banking

Commercial Banking provides businesses with annual revenues ranging from $20 million to more than $2 billion with a range of domestic and international solutions including investment banking and asset management - designed to help you achieve your business goals.

Business Services

We're here to help with your business banking needs. From payment processing to foreign exchange, Chase Business Banking has solutions and services that work for you.

Retirement Plans

Help your employees plan, save, and invest for their future with 401(k) plan solutions. J.P. Morgan’s low cost retirement plans are built for you and your employees.

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