Do you have a good tip you can share with other SMEs on how they can protect their business from hackers? Or perhaps you want to improve your cyber security but are not sure where to start?
We’re launching a Twitter Challenge to collect and share your advice on how businesses can keep their information safe online. It could be that you recommend outsourcing this part of your business, or maybe you’ve found a good way of raising awareness of cybercrime among your staff. What has worked for you? Tweet your thoughts, comments, tips and experiences using the hashtag #smallbizsecurity and we will create a Storify from your tweets so others can benefit from your insight.
There’s also the opportunity to get support from other small business owners by tweeting your questions. In a poll of SMEs by the Guardian Small Business Network earlier this year, 47% said they felt they had not done enough to protect their company from cybercrime because they hadn’t had the time to look into it. If this is you, now’s your chance to learn how to make your business secure. Tweet your questions using #smallbizsecurity and we’ll see if our community of SMEs can help answer them for you.
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