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How Small and Mid-Sized Entities Can Protect Themselves from a Cybersecurity Breach

How Small and Mid-Sized Entities Can Protect Themselves  from a Cybersecurity Breach

More and more often, we hear about cybersecurity breaches at major corporations — like last year’s credit reporting agency hack, which compromised the private information of more than 140 million consumers.

The time when the threat of an IT security breach wasn’t a constant worry for businesses ended years ago. Today, even the smallest corporations must address IT security concerns — but if a major corporation can’t protect its information, how can a smaller or mid-sized corporation hope to protect its assets from a breach?

The first step is to implement strong information technology controls — and to be sure that all employees involved with internal control understand the key terms and control points related to information security.

This white paper will provide you with useful guidance on meeting IT-related security challenges, from understanding some of the ways hackers gain access to corporate information to assessing your own internal security controls.

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