3 inexpensive things you can do to increase IT security

61% of cyber attacks by hackers each year involve small to medium-sized businesses.  At least half of those companies won’t even know the attack has happened until it’s too late.

IT system security and data protection have always been important.  But as the statistics highlight, the need to focus attention on security is increasing for companies of all sizes.  Larger firms have the resources to spend heavily on the issue, but what can a small or mid-sized firm do?

In this episode, I share 3 Inexpensive ideas to make your network more secure.  I’ll also share a brief overview of my firms capabilities in this ever evolving area.

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Acknowledgements – I didn’t come up with any of this on my own.  I’ve learned from others.  Click here to meet my teachers.


Acknowledgements – I didn’t come up with any of this on my own.  I’ve learned from others.  Click here to meet my teachers.

About Jason Clause

Originally from the great state of Ohio I relocated to the Bay Area to work in high-tech. A veteran of the dot com boom and bust, I have more than 15 years experience helping small businesses apply information technology to improve business process and increase revenue. I live in Livermore, California with my wife Jennifer and enjoy hiking, having friends over for dinner and quiet time at home. My hobbies include golf, snowboarding, creative writing and performing amateur standup comedy.

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