Friday, May 9, 2008

First Two Key Questions about Computer Safety for Your Home or Business

The following is an excerpt from my report, "Twelve Key Questions about Computer Safety for Your Home
or Business". Email me to request your free copy.

Safety technology is only a part of an overall safety plan. If you own a small business or a home-based business,
or simply use your computer to surf the Internet or email you friends and family, developing a comprehensive safety plan should be a very important part of your overall safety strategy. The best move is one of Prevention! Prevention! Prevention!

With that in mind, here are the twelve questions you need to be asking, or, at least, be thinking about if you're serious about preventing or stopping safety risks, threats, and attacks:

  1. Do I have a solid safety policy? If you don't, begin immediately to get sample safety plans, policies, and best practices for your business and/or home.

  2. Where would I go for key information and news on keeping my information private? Search the Internet for managed safety services. Ask if they provide a free computer test to assess your computers level of vulnerability. Ask if they provide the latest tips to keep your privacy and protect your personal information and that of your business. Or simply - ask me.
To request your free copy of the 12 key questions,
simply email me at