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Cyberattacks on small businesses have the potential to be devastating. The loss of revenue, productivity, and reputation can have serious implications for businesses of any size, but for those operating on small margins, the damage could result in permanent closure.
From phishing to ransomware and other types of malware, the range of cybersecurity threats is continually evolving, making effective security for small businesses essential for protecting the workplace.
Preventing malware and phishing attacks
Securing devices used for business purposes
Small business network security.
AVG Internet Security Business Edition can help protect your endpoints, email, and servers, leaving you to focus on your business.
When it comes to selecting cybersecurity tools for your business, the size of the company will impact which data security measures are required.
In addition to the security considerations for small businesses listed above, corporate cybersecurity has additional needs to manage – for example, cloud-based services that help make sure communication between servers and remote devices across multiple locations remains secure.
The large number of devices connecting to business networks and accessing data will require AVG Patch Management to make sure that updates are correctly applied and AVG Cloud Management Console to monitor, manage and help protect devices from one central console.
When an unrecognized file is downloaded onto one of your Windows PCs, CyberCapture will lock access and send it to the experts at our Threat Labs to identify if it’s safe or malicious.
Exchange Server Protection scans and checks emails for suspicious attachments, spam and links.
Online antivirus designed to protect your network against viruses, ransomware, and even the newest malware, thanks to cloud-based Real-Time Outbreak Detection and proactive AI Detection
Checks web URLs and certificates safety before a network connection is made. It helps to ensure a safer web-surfing experience for you and your employees.
Our firewall monitors network traffic between devices and the outside world to help protect your employees from unauthorized communication and intrusions.
Using an antivirus scanner, our SharePoint Server Protection helps keep business files and customer data safe, private, and out of hackers’ hands.
Implementing cybersecurity best practices alongside software security including antivirus and VPNs will create holistic protection against cyberattacks for your business.
Requirements including strong passwords, backups, and staff training should all be documented in a policy that provides clear guidance for staff – making security a day-to-day consideration for everyone, not just the IT department.
As the lines between the home and office continue to be blurred by technology, managing the use of personal devices for work purposes has become a significant security consideration. Find out how to manage this change with the Small Business Digital Policy Guide.
Assess the state of your business’s IT security with AVG Small Business IT Security Health Check.
Helps to automatically secure passwords saved in Chrome and Firefox browsers for extra protection and peace of mind.
Scans any file that is opened or downloaded to check it is malware-free.
Advanced Data Shredder deletes files more securely to help prevent unintended recovery.
AVG multi-stage ransomware analysis combines static and behavioural tests, sandboxing, and other techniques to help protect you from cybercriminals’ attacks.
Scans your Windows PCs outside core business hours so it doesn't get in the way of productivity. Smart Scanner does the hard work of monitoring so you and your employees can focus without costly distractions and delays.
Allows your administrator to remotely install, update, and configure AVG across your Windows PCs – and entire network – from a single platform.
Use our AVG Cloud Management Console to monitor cybersecurity threats across multiple endpoints via a simple, easy-to-use interface you can access from anywhere with an internet connection. Plus, remotely schedule updates and more for endpoints without anybody needing to hand over their device to an IT specialist, saving you time and effort.Learn more
Windows 7 (Service Pack 1), 8, 8.1, 10, 11 – x64, x86 (excluding Windows in S mode, Windows running on ARM processor).
Windows Server (64-bit version) 2022, 2019 (excl. Server Core Edition), 2016, 2012, 2008 R2 (latest Service Pack), Small Business Server 2011, Microsoft Exchange Server (64-bit version) 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 (Service Pack 2), Microsoft SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and higher.
Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon 64 CPU supporting SSE2 instructions, 256 MB+ RAM and 2 GB of hard disk space.
Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome
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Cybersecurity for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is vital for protecting data and ensuring network security for business. Our business security tools give you the antivirus protection you've come to expect from us. From instant email alerts about cyberthreats to remote admin tools that help you manage online security on the move.
Find out how to improve cybersecurity in your business with AVG IT Security Health Check and find the answers to key questions with AVG Signal’s Cybersecurity Tips.
Protect your business endpoints, email & servers with AVG Internet Security Business Edition.
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