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VIDEO – Protecting Businesses from Cyber Threats

03.06.13

Given the recent disclosures of cyber attacks by Facebook, Google, and Apple, businesses need to establish policies about what their employees can do with Social Media whether on the job or just making comments about their employers. Each business needs to consider their employees, customers, and market places to decide what is best to protect against cyber attacks.

To learn more, please watch my recent video entitled “"Protecting Your Business: From Social Media to Cyber Threats." The video interview by Financial Management Network (& parent SmartPros Ltd.) is part of a series of educational videos provided for accounting, finance, and IT professionals. So please check out the programs on Financial Management Network.
 

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