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When it comes to cybersecurity, software company AutoClerk makes sure that its 25 employees know they are on the front lines of something akin to a life-and-death battle.
“If they’re not aware of cybersecurity before we hire them, we’ll make them aware,” said Charlotte Gibb, co-owner of the Walnut Creek, California developer that supplies software to the hotel and hospitality industry. “Our customers are often targets of cyberattacks and so we have to be very alert as to how this might affect our customers. We take cybersecurity very seriously.”