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Source: InfoSecWriters - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security Due to technological advances, the rapid growth of the Internet, and a significant decline in computer and network equipment prices in recent years, many technologies and systems that were once only available to large corporations are now employed by the small business community. Thanks to the Internet and the world of ecommerce, small businesses can dramatically increase their customer base and reach new markets by selling their products and services online.

Employing more technology to reach these new markets opens up the small business to a myriad of problems. As noted by Paul Kurtz of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance (CSIA), “The potential for e-commerce is enormous. The next round of innovation and services on the Internet can only grow if home users and small businesses are confident in their information systems. Security is perhaps the greatest obstacle to the expansion of online commerce and services.�

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