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The IT Security Checklist

In 2023, no company can truly say that they aren’t at risk of an attack. Given the way cybersecurity threats have evolved, SME targets can be just as appealing as enterprise organisations—in fact, they represent a growing number of data breach reports. The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Small Business Survey, for example, reports that “62 per cent of respondents have experienced a cyber security incident”, even though almost half of participants reported spending “less than $500 on cyber security per year”.

To assess how your current security posture stacks up—and to avoid becoming this year’s big news headline—use our IT security checklist to strengthen your systems as we continue into 2023. Not only can taking these steps reduce your risk, but doing so may also help you to reduce your cybersecurity insurance premiums, if you’ve seen the cost of your cover soar recently. 

You’ll discover how to:
• Document your environment

• Manage your technology

• Monitor your progress

• Support for your security priorities


The information contained in this e-book and checklists are for general information purposes. It does not take into consideration your business’ specific needs or objectives and should not be relied upon as a basis for making any business or legal decisions. Any reliance you place on such material is strictly at your own risk. Canon Business Services recommends you speak to a professional before making any decision.