Free Short Course: The simple guide to technology security in your business
Monday, August 8, 2011/
Increasingly, the threat of data theft and hacking is keeping start-up entrepreneurs awake at night. As businesses shift key information – such as contact details, accounts and invoices – to the cloud, digital security has become a pressing issue.
Recent server hacks in Australia and overseas demonstrate the consequences of failing to prevent a worst-case scenario or, at the very least, prepare for it. It’s not just stored data that you have to worry about. There is now more hardware than ever before – think smartphones and tablet devices – to misplace.
Over 10 emails, you’ll receive an in-depth tip each day on how you can prevent a tech disaster and improve technology security in your business.
Sign up for this free short course for tips covering:
- The security mindset
- Creating strong passwords
- Security in the cloud
- Removable devices
- Travelling services
- Don’t trust that free WiFi
- Laptop security
- Protecting your tablet computer
- Safety at your desktop
- Securing servers
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