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The IT security experts at Proton Mail share their tips for securing your business's devices and network.

Get the Proton Mail IT security ebook for small businesses

IT security is crucial to success in today’s economy. A data breach can cost you time, money, and your customers’ trust. Yet, due to a lack of funding, time, and expertise, most small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are unprepared to deal with basic cyber threats. As a result, most victims of data breaches(new window) are small businesses.

We understand — and we want to help. Proton Mail is a pioneer in encrypted email, and we have worked with thousands of businesses of all sizes to help them secure their email communications. This experience gave us insight into the unique IT security requirements and constraints that SMEs face.

In the past, we have helped small business owners avoid phishing attacks(new window) and train their staff on IT security basics(new window). But given the depth of expertise our team has, we felt we could do more. Our internal security team is responsible for securing the data and emails of thousands of businesses of all sizes. We decided to pass our knowledge on to other businesses and increase online security for all.

So, our IT security team has created a simple, actionable guide for business owners.


It describes in clear, everyday language the steps you need to take to develop your own IT security policy, train your staff, and identify which tools would be best for your business. Ultimately, the information in this ebook can help you avoid a costly data breach. 

If you’re a business owner or manager who needs help with IT security, this guide gives you straightforward advice from the staff of a recognized leader in cybersecurity.

Proton Mail’s mission is to make online security and privacy available to everyone. Therefore, we are donating all the proceeds we earn from the sale of our ebook to Access Now(new window), a nonprofit organization dedicated to defending Internet access and digital rights worldwide.

However, you can download four chapters from our handbook for free. These four chapters explain how to:

You are just one click away from improving your business’s IT security!


Best Regards,
The Proton Mail Team

You can get a free secure email account from Proton Mail here(new window).

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Proton Mail and Proton VPN are funded by community contributions. If you would like to support our development efforts, you can upgrade to a paid plan(new window). Thank you for your support.

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