New Security Forum For Small Business
Written by Jenna Weiner
VeriSign introduces SMB Internet Security Clinic.
Small business owners will soon have a new way to learn about online security precautions.
VeriSign recently introduced the SMB Internet Security Clinic, which allows small business owners to get advice from some of the most knowledgeable internet security experts in the field. In addition, participants will learn how to make their own websites more secure and therefore drive more sales based on a higher level of customer trust.
"When shopping online, many consumers automatically start with the big e-commerce portals, said vice president and general manager for VeriSign, Martin Macay. Therefore, SMBs need to make sure their sites give buyers the reassurance they need to avoid being forgotten... SMB owners have a big opportunity to increase their share of these e-retail profits.
When ensuring the maximum level of security for all business operations, whether they be ecommerce or simply storing data, small businesses often find it helpful to talk to experts to learn how best to secure their property.
In addition to Verisign's announcement, Nine Mile Software recently made technology news for small business by introducing TradeWarrior Small Business. The new software will help small businesses with various accounting procedures.
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