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Educate yourself and employees. Make them aware of the risk and what precautions to take.




Explore Anti-Spyware programs - but like all things, make sure it is offered by a reputable company

(perhaps the same place you purchase anti-virus software).




When you aren't using your laptop, don't simply leave it around and available for others to use.




Establish a password policy for you and your employees - passwords should be strong, random and it is wise to change them frequently.




Buy a shredder - remember, it is NOT just digital files that are susceptible to cyber crime!




Make sure you have an anti-virus program installed and it is kept up to date.




Be careful what you download and what links you click!  This is most important for your employees.  




Consider password protection of your computer, key files and wireless (WiFi) connection. 




Consider using a "Virtual Private Network (VPN)" to ensure that all your traffic is encrypted when you are on a public wireless network. VPN solutions are available for personal computers and mobile platforms.


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