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Five Big Security Problems SMBs Face -- And What To Do About ThemFive Big Security Problems SMBs Face -- And What To Do About Them

Digital issue of InformationWeek offers insights on security in small and midsize companies

Dark Reading Staff

May 27, 2011

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What are the biggest security problems that small and midsize enterprises face? What tasks are most difficult for companies with few or no security staff, and how are they handling them?

These are just a couple of the questions that are addressed in "Five Big Problems And Five Ways To Cope," a new InformationWeek digital issue that is now available in Dark Reading's SMB Security Tech Center.

This special issue offers an in-depth look at SMBs' attitudes and directions in areas such as managing complexity, enforcing policies, assessing risk, preventing data breaches, and managing scarce IT resources.

The full edition of the InformationWeek SMB Security issue, including data from the InformationWeek annual Strategic Security Survey, is available as a free download from Dark Reading. Click here to start reading.

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