I was asked to write a guest blog for the Secure 360 organization, and it ended up be published in two sections on their blog. When I was writing it I realized that I could have written much more on this subject. And so I have, and I will be release the six major parts in a series of blog articles over the next week or so.
Why? Because many computer criminals are targeting small and medium size businesses because they have more valuable assets to steal than consumers, and their security is generally much weaker than large enterprise companies. A small business represents a fat and easy victim to criminal hackers. As a small business owner, you need to know how to protect your company from cyber-attackers and thieves who are half a world away and beyond the reach of typical law enforcement efforts. In addition to that danger, there are a plethora of mundane risks and hazards that can destroy your computer operations and cause financial damage to your company. Here are some ideas to help you protect your digital assets.
Stay tuned: I will be covering Physical Security, Internet Security, Data Security, Passwords, Googling for Security, and The Security Mindset.Share
About the Author:I am a cybersecurity and IT instructor, cybersecurity analyst, pen-tester, trainer, and speaker. I am an owner of the WyzCo Group Inc. In addition to consulting on security products and services, I also conduct security audits, compliance audits, vulnerability assessments and penetration tests. I also teach Cybersecurity Awareness Training classes. I work as an information technology and cybersecurity instructor for several training and certification organizations. I have worked in corporate, military, government, and workforce development training environments I am a frequent speaker at professional conferences such as the Minnesota Bloggers Conference, Secure360 Security Conference in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, the (ISC)2 World Congress 2016, and the ISSA International Conference 2017, and many local community organizations, including Chambers of Commerce, SCORE, and several school districts. I have been blogging on cybersecurity since 2006 at http://wyzguyscybersecurity.com