IT World Canada reports the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security released the "Baseline Cyber Security Controls for Small and Medium Businesses," which aims to help SMBs defend against cyberattacks. The guide offers recommendations for organizational and baseline controls, such as appointing a leader responsible for IT security, installing stronger user authentications, and implementing employee awareness training. “We felt there was a gap in the information available for small and medium organizations,” Centre Director of Standards, Architecture and Risk Mitigation Colin Belcourt said. “The baseline security controls we published are meant to be a break-down of a potentially daunting task … They’re meant to be measures that have a high return on investment, and should be easily consumable.”
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