Use Computer Security Guide to Protect

The security for company’s information is now going be more secured as the Cyber Security Awareness Month, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has just released a guide in October to help their system and networks. They have also made a video that entails the need of small business that requires the security issue with the data and other information.

Richard Kissel, issued a guide, Small Business Information Security: The Fundamentals, who keeps his time spending on teaching the computer security to smaller business owners from varieties of business owners like truck operators to managers of hospitals, from small manufacturers to nonprofit organizations. The guide, that has 20 pages, gives information on necessary steps that is required to secure their computer system and data.

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More than 95 percent of country’s small businesses are always making about 50 percent of Gross National Product and create about 50 percent of new jobs. This is a report showed by 2009 Small Business Administration and these organizations usually never use the information technology resources to give securities for their sensitive data and information like the big corporations do with their data and information.

Due to this reason, there is always the chance for hackers and cyber criminals. These criminals are always successful to crack down the sensitive information and take a hold of that information from the companies and the customers. So in a way, these organizations need to make a secured line up to hold down those issues and maintain a good security and required to follow through the requirements to save the many important issues like health, financial and other private information on the account to maintain a good trust and confidence between the organization and the clients. Kissel says further explains that these issues should never be overlooked

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