Getting to grips with email security

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Small and medium-sized business owners often comment that they aren’t on the criminals’ radar. This is wholly incorrect as more than 40% of cyber-attacks are targeted at small businesses – email is usually the criminals’ preferred way in. Our latest cyber security guide, ‘Getting to Grips with Email Security’, educates on why you might be vulnerable, what you need to look for and what you can do to protect yourself.

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