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An online survey revealed that while U.S. small businesses rely heavily on the Internet and routinely handle confidential
and proprietary data, many lack the internal resources, formal policies, employee training, and technologies they need to
protect their critical information.
Fewer than one third of surveyed businesses have formal policies governing online security—falling behind policy
defenses for privacy, company data, and confidential personal information. And although almost all business owners
believe that they are protected against online threats and that their employees understand how to defend against them,
most offer employees no Internet security training at all—and a substantial minority lack even elementary protection for
wireless and remote network access.
It doesn’t take much time or money for a small business to reduce security risks substantially. Security awareness is the
first essential step, based on clear policies and followed by implementation of automated technologies to protect critical
business information against a growing array of internal and external threats.