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The Internet allows businesses of all sizes and from any location to reach new and larger markets and provides opportunities to work more efficiently by using computer-based tools. Whether a company is thinking of adopting cloud computing or just using email and maintaining a website, cybersecurity should be a part of the plan. Theft of digital information has become the most commonly reported fraud, surpassing physical theft. Every business that uses the Internet is responsible for creating a culture of security that will enhance business and consumer confidence. In October 2012, the FCC re-launched the Small Biz Cyber Planner 2.0, an online resource to help small businesses create customized cybersecurity plans.

CompTIA Project+ verifies the understanding and expertise of specialists in project management. It confirms the capability to initiate, manage and maintain a project or business advantage.

The FCC also released an updated one-page Cybersecurity Tip Sheet. The quick resource features new tips on creating a mobile device action plan and on payment and credit card security.

Securing, Empowering Small Business with Technology
The FCC convened a roundtable on May 16, 2011, with leaders from across the public and private sectors to deliver the latest and most effective cybersecurity strategies to small business owners across the country.

Visit the Cybersecurity Roundtable event page for more information about the May 16, 2011, event, including links for the News Release, Factsheet, and playback of the recorded video webcast of the event.

In addition, the agency released a Cybersecurity Tip Sheet, which outlines the top ten ways entrepreneurs can protect their companies – and customers – from cyber attack.
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