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Six Steps to Stronger Security for SMBs

Six Steps to Stronger Security for SMBs

White Paper: Qualys [NASDAQ: QLYS]

Small- to medium-sized businesses that have limited budgets can create strong security by performing proper analysis and focusing on high-risk areas.

The steps to stronger security in small businesses can be easier and less expensive to implement than you might think.

Hence, this will help you to identify the highest-risk areas in order to focus your remediation efforts for strong security.

This whitepaper provides actionable controls you can implement to increase SMBs security in a cost-effective manner by targeting well-known risk areas from the start.

Six steps to stronger cyber security in small and medium businesses:

  • Keep an accurate hardware inventory

  • Keep an accurate software inventory

  • Actively manage configurations

  • Remediate vulnerabilities quickly

  • Automate endpoint defenses

  • Control administrative access

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