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The number of scam or phishing email exposed to every Business has gone up even since our last blog on the topic a month ago. These emails originate from new opportunities being created by current events and take people's curiosity to convince them to open the email and click on links. In this Blog post we look some of the subtle changes.
Security Policies are a vital part of any Businesses approach to security and whereas some Small Businesses may put off having one until they feel they are big enough to have one, others believe that they won't get big without one. Here we provide some guidance on getting started in creating a Security Policy for you Small Business.
These days Small Businesses rely on network access for many operational services, and network access is a critical business service. As such it is important that it is protected and secured for the business specific use, rather than out of the box default configuration. In today's blog we explore some of the challenges that Small Businesses need to deal with.
Website breaches are one of the largest categories of breaches the public hear about in the press on a regular basis. These don't just affect large corporates, they affect Small Businesses as well, especially since they don't not have the expertise to secure their websites. Here we look at what Small Businesses can do to secure their websites.
For many Businesses online shopping has overtaken telephone shopping as the way to order supplies, it is very easy, quick and convenient for most people. However, as news of many service web sites getting compromised regularly here are some tips to ensure that you are shopping securely and reducing the risks of losing your personal data.