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7 Major Network Security Screw-ups Small Offices Make

Deathspawner (1037894) writes | about 2 years ago

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Deathspawner writes "It's easy to overlook the fact that huge corporations are far less dangerous than the small or medium business you deal with each and every day when it comes to information theft. Some institutions, such as the offices for lawyers, accountants, doctors and so forth, can offer in formation that can far exceed what can be garnered from the "big fish". Techgage takes a look at 7 severe common mistakes made by smaller businesses that can lead to information theft and offers solutions on how to correct them."
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