BY ROB MARVIN
Small to midsize businesses (SMBs) have a lot to worry about. Security for increasingly mobile and online-focused businesses is a multifaceted beast to wrangle, and doubly so for SMBs that lack the dedicated security staff expertise a larger enterprise can afford. Yet, SMBs also can’t let a lack of resources paralyze their technology initiatives or they risk losing out to the competition.
While it might be daunting to navigate the security landscape without an in-house expert, IT admins tasked with protecting their SMB can get the job done by paying particular attention to securing endpoints, encrypting file transfers, and managing employee devices and permissions. Though, when faced with the prospect of stymieing an ever-evolving array of attacks and malware, business security is like a Rubik’s Cube that keeps adding sides.