ATLANTA — The Better Business Bureau has released recommendations to business owners to help protect their privacy and assets when banking online.
The recommendations include initiating a “dual control” payment process with your bank and employees to ensure that all payments are initiated from your bank accounts only after the authorization of two employees; having dedicated workstations and restrict the use of certain workstations and laptops to be utilized solely for online banking and payments, if possible; using robust authentication methods and vendors; updating virus protection and security software; and monitoring and reconciling accounts daily against expected credits and withdrawals.
For more tips on data security, visit www.bbb.org/data-security.
Store formerly known as 'Due Maternity' is now ‘Bellyhaven’
VININGS — Due Maternity, which opened in 2005, has reopened with a new name, Bellyhaven, and an expanded store.
The store sells maternity and nursing wear, and the space at 4300 Paces Ferry Road, Suite 476, has been renovated and expanded to support daily education and fitness classes. Some partnerships have been formed between the shop and class providers, including Lumina Birth, Oh Baby Fitness and Rest Assured Infant Nursing. Some of the class topics include breastfeeding, childbirth education, infant CPR, baby basics, massage, mom and baby fitness and music and sign language.
Classes are for mothers and infants to 4-year-olds and start at $5 per session.
Bellyhaven is run by Heather Paradice, the owner of Due Maternity since 2005, and Lacy Henderson, co-owner of Lumina Birth and a birth doula since 2008.
For more information, call (770) 384-0009.
* HealthSource Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab of Marietta will host a community/patient appreciation day to honor the support of patients and the Marietta community on Oct. 22.
The event will begin at 10 a.m. at the office, located at 3036 Roswell Road in Marietta, and will include free X-ray screenings of Halloween candy bags and free health checks in exchange for donations to the local animal control. Throughout the day there will be tours of the facility, educational programs and festive activities for all ages, which are open to the public.
For more information, contact HealthSource of Marietta at (770) 578-0785, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.