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Data Breaches are a Question of When, Not If

 You hear on the news all of the time about big cyber attacks on large corporations, and even government agencies. The trouble with this news coverage is that is suggests a distorted view of where cyber attacks are taking place. These attacks are not solely hitting large organizations. Small firms represent a significant portion of…
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Penetration Testing vs. Vulnerability Testing Your Business Network

  Hearing “all of your confidential information is extremely vulnerable, we know this because...” is bad news, but whatever follows the ellipses determines just how bad. Consider two scenarios.“All of your confidential information is extremely vulnerable... we know this because a hacker took all of your customers’ credit card info and locked all of your files…
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Why Small Businesses Shouldn’t Avoid Making Disaster Recovery Plans.

  Why Small Businesses Shouldn't Avoid Making Disaster Recovery Plans. Entrepreneurs and small businesses, especially ones that are fairly new, often don't think about making plans to recover in case of a disaster. However, it is the smallest business that most likely has the fewest resources to fall back on in case of disaster. Why does this happen?…
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Outsourcing? Really. Its OK: How it can save time and money

  Outsourcing? Really. It’s OK: How it can save time and money Almost by definition, small business owners and entrepreneurs cringe at the concept of outsourcing. Those who start their own companies like the control and autonomy it provides them. Unfortunately, that preference for control and autonomy may have some bad side effects when it comes to…
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