Cybersecurity Non-profit to Help SME’s Fight Against Cybercrime

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A non-profit organization called Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) has vowed to improve one of the weakest links in cybersecurity by helping out small businesses. GCA has released a new toolkit containing free cybersecurity tools. Accompanying the toolkit are instructions on how to install each tool and a description of why each one is important. The toolkit was released in collaboration with Mastercard. GCA CEO Philip Reitinger said, “Our focus is on producing a dynamic clearinghouse of operational tools that help small and medium businesses address risk and improve their cybersecurity posture, leveraging the deep expertise of our network of global partners, such…...

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Nadia Cole Nadia Cole is a former digital analyst turned cybersecurity consultant. She currently works with small businesses in identifying vulnerabilities in their security systems. Her past experience with digital marketing has given her a unique perspective on cybersecurity as she understands how data collection works.