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In recent years, those Businesses hit by Ransomware have shown how important it is to have a good back-up strategy and approach to ensure your Business is able to recover. More recently the Coronavirus has further demonstrated the requirements of flexibility, remote accessibility and availability as factors to consider. Here we explore what Small Businesses should consider.
For Small Businesses to keep large enterprise customers they must make sure that their supply chain is secure, consistent and not affected negatively easily. To do this successfully they have to invest in processes used by their enterprise customers. Here we explore some of those considerations for Small Businesses.
Today's enterprise customers are more attuned with risk and security and because of that they want to work with suppliers which take security seriously. This is especially so as there have been many high profile breaches which originated from a third party supplier. So, the best way that small businesses can get and keep enterprise customers is to demonstrate that they understand risk and security.
Small businesses suffer disproportionately from phishing attacks because any losses they experience can mean the end of the business for many of them, unlike larger companies. Small businesses often have less technology to filter phishing attacks than larger businesses too. This means staff have to be more vigilant about phishing emails. Here we explore some of the common phishing attacks that continue even today.
In today's world it is not possible to work in isolation of data sharing. We all share so many things, from databases, to files, to photos, to passwords. Sharing insecurely can lead to data compromises at some point. How do you share data securely?