IDIOTS GUIDE COMPUTER SECURITY

Keith Nuthall
INTRODUCTION

IMAGINE the scene. You are a managing director of a new delivery service. You have bought computers, stationary, furniture, filing cabinets, vans and telephones. Advertising has been placed and orders are expected. You are ready to go.

Just one problem. There has been no money left to rent offices or a warehouse. Undaunted, you decide to station your vans and delivery stock in an unguarded car-park. Your desks, desk-tops, phones, chairs and storage are set up on the near-by busy street. It's summer, so it won't rain. ...


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