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20 SMB Security Products Worth A Look

Take a few minutes this holiday weekend -- always assuming there's such a thing as holiday weekends for small and midsized businesses -- and check out twenty of the hottest and most budget-savvy (rarely the same thing) new security products.

Take a few minutes this holiday weekend -- always assuming there's such a thing as holiday weekends for small and midsized businesses -- and check out twenty of the hottest and most budget-savvy (rarely the same thing) new security products.The 20 Hot Security Products slide show put together by our colleagues over at ChannelWeb would be worth a look even in good times. In tight times, it's a must.

From under $1,000 Threat Management Appliances to Worry-Free security solutions (covered here recently) to disk encryption tools and VPN technologies, as well as anti-virus suites and firewalls (and plenty more), the review is well worth a look. The products just might save you some money while saving your company some security headaches.

And while you're thinking of saving money while staying secure, don't forget that the bMighty bSecure SMB Security On A Budget online event is now available on demand.

Check out what other small and midsised businesseses are saying about security and security budgets in tight times here:

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