This issue marks what may be a first for Windows Secrets — an entire issue devoted to one topic.
The theme for this week is small-business security. It’s the first of a series of special issues we plan to publish each year.
Why small-business security? As all regular Windows Secrets readers know, we regularly publish stories about Windows updates, personal security, and privacy. But for small businesses, security — keeping company information safe from accidental loss, internal theft, or outside attacks — is an especially difficult challenge. Small-business managers often have limited financial resources and limited time for researching complex technical and legal topics.
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If you run a small business and feel overwhelmed by the rapid changes in technology and data security, this issue might help point you in the right direction.
We hope you like this one-topic issue. You’ll see other themed issues about once a quarter. Let us know what you think — we’re easy to contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
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— Tracey Capen, editor in chief
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