As October marks Cyber Security Month, there’s no better time for small businesses to take a look at their handling of company data.
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Security has long been one of the most important issues confronting a business, particularly as business information has become an ever-more valuable resource and a wide range of ways in which an organisation’s security can be breached has arisen.