Victory State Banks Points To New Cyber-Safety Resource For Small Businesses
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Information technology and high-speed Internet are great enablers of small business success, but with the benefits comes the need to guard against growing cyber threats.
Earlier this month, as part of an unprecedented collaboration with government experts and private IT and security companies, the Federal Communications Commission released the “Small Biz Cyber Planner,” a new easy-to-use online tool to help small businesses customize their own cyber-security plans.
Victory State Bank, Staten Island, N.Y.’s only community-based commercial bank, suggests that small-business owners familiarize themselves with this valuable online tool, available at www.fcc.gov/cyberplanner.
The “Small Biz Cyber Planner” online resource will enable any small business to create a customized guide tailored to its cyber-security needs by answering a few basic questions.
By using this tool and implementing the planning guide, businesses can protect themselves, their information, and their customers from cyber threats.
The new online tool was developed as part of a collaboration with government experts and private IT and security companies, including DHS, NCSA, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, The Chertoff Group, Symantec, Sophos, Visa, Microsoft, HP, McAfee, The Identity Theft Council, ADP and others.
About Victory State Bank:
VSB Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: VSBN) is the one-bank holding company for Victory State Bank. As Staten Island, N.Y.’s only community-based commercial bank, Victory State Bank operates five full-service locations on the Island: The main office in the community of Great Kills, and branches in the communities of West Brighton, St. George, Dongan Hills and Rosebank. For additional information, Victory State Bank may be reached at 718-979-1100 or visited online http://www.victorystatebank.com .
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