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Small Business Physical Security Posted in Internet Safety, Safety & Security | February, 2019 print friendly version

Cybersecurity begins with strong physical security.

Cybersecurity begins with strong physical security.

Lapses in physical security can expose sensitive company data to identity theft, with potentially serious consequences.

For example: An employee accidentally leaves a flash drive on a coffeehouse table.  When he returns hours later to get it, the drive-with hundreds of Social Security numbers saved on it-is gone.

Another employee throws stacks of old company bank records into a trash can, where a criminal finds them after business hours.

A burglar steals files and computers from your office after entering through an unlocked window.

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