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BBB Offers SMB Security Info

The Better Business Bureau, working with technology and financial companies, unveiled a new online educational resource intended to help small businesses get a grip on data and online security. Based on the BB's numbers, it's past time for plenty of those businesses and their staffs to go back to school.
The Better Business Bureau, working with technology and financial companies, unveiled a new online educational resource intended to help small businesses get a grip on data and online security. Based on the BB's numbers, it's past time for plenty of those businesses and their staffs to go back to school.Fully a third of small businesses don't even run anti-virus software, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) states in the announcement of its new security resource, Data Security -- Made Simpler.

The site is bare-bones and straightforward, and that, from my perspective, is a good thing. People who aren't running anti-virusware aren't likely to be captivated by a jargon-rich, detailed and tech-heavy "intro to security."

They need something simpler, and that's what the BBB has put together.

Take a look, for instance, at this partial sample from the opening section:

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