The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) provides trusted and relevant information on how Australia’s small and medium businesses can protect themselves from the most common cyber security threats.
With 99.8% of business in Australia being small-to-medium businesses, employing 7.3 million people, small businesses are a large contributor to Australia’s prosperity. It is important that Australia’s small and medium businesses understand their cyber security risks, and what they can do to protect themselves, their customers and their suppliers.
The advice and guidance in this section provides simple measures that, if understood and implemented, can significantly avoid or mitigate the impact of a cyber security incident affecting a small or medium business.
A cyber security incident that impacts a small business can be devastating, however, cyber security doesn’t have to be difficult. Check out the latest ACSC cyber security advice, specifically tailored for small businesses.
Small Business Cyber Security Guide
This guide has been developed to help small businesses protect themselves from the most common cyber security incidents.
Securing your business tools
Managing your business’ phones or computers from a cyber-security viewpoint is as important as managing your finances or reputation.
Getting your business back up and running
Despite your best efforts sometime things don’t go to plan. Taking swift action will give you the best chance of recovering and getting back to business.
The step-by-step guides detail basic cyber security instructions for specific software, applications and devices.
The quick wins documents are designed to inform users about technology issues that impact cyber security with a brief overview of the topic.
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