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Security tips for large and small businesses

(Steven Andrés, PC World) Whether your business is a big fish or a small-fry home office, you can get hacked just the same, and the stakes are higher than a few canceled credit cards. Here are a few tips to protect your users and your networks - steps that even enterprise-class security specialists may slip up on.

Steps for small businesses and enterprise-class security specialists:
  1. Know Who Might Be Targeted - and How and Why
  2. Don't Take the Bait
  3. Use Unique Email Addresses to Keep Password Reset Emails at Bay
  4. Don't click on anything in email
  5. Patch Early, Patch Often
  6. Don't Let Bob Stop You From Running a Secure Network
  7. The P of P2P Is Personal, Not Business
  8. Nail Down Your Network
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