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Smart watches, Smart TV's, Smart doorbell, Smart doorlocks, CCTV systems, they are not just in our homes, they are in our office and work environments too. Many of them lack basic security controls and can make your business netwoek vulnerable to attack. What can you do about it?
Security policies for Small Businesses are important for many reasons, apart from helping comply with security standards, supplier audits and raising customer confidence. Their importance is not the focus of today’s blog, today we want to look in the range of security related policies that Small Businesses may want to consider in the early stages of growth or size, through to others that are worth considering once the Business has grown.
The first group of mobile devices was in the mid-nineties and provided personal organisation applications, and were called PDA’s (short for Personal Digital Assistant), they were a digital version of the Filofax, or diary. There were several of these around until they just fizzled out as an alternative to paper-based diaries or organisers.