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FTC Launches Cybersecurity Resource Website for SMBs

Federal Trade Commission website offers free tips and information for small businesses.

The Federal Trade Commission rolled out a website this week for small businesses that provides tips and resources on cybersecurity.

The new ftc.gov/SmallBusiness website aims to help small businesses protect their networks and systems from cyberattacks, as well as protect customer and employee data. Access to the FTC's tips and advice are free. 

The website offers information on avoiding scams that zero in on businesses, provides demonstration videos on securing a company's network, and doles out advice on how to secure sensitive data for both customers and employees.

Read more about the FTC's SMB cybersecurity website here.

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