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Many Small Businesses will use a vast host of online and offline services where they are required to login to prove who they are. That process of validation is called authentication, and all services are restricted until a user has authenticated themselves to the system. Unfortunately, not all forms of authentication are completely secure. In this blog we explore the various methods open to Small Businesses and what they should use and what to avoid when it comes to authentication.
As a Small Business it is often uncertain what should be done when and how often to protect the business from malware, attacks or even just disasters. In this episode we discuss what can be done daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly.
Small Businesses security requirements change as the business grows from a single person or a small group of friends to fully thriving business. Here we talk about what changes in security Small Businesses will have to make as the business grows.