Secure Your Business
Protect your business, your employees and your customers with easy and effective safety habits and policies.
You Can Protect Your Business from Online Threats
Your business is digitally connected—to employees, vendors and customers. Your systems store sensitive information. Sensitive business information and customers’ and employees’ personal data could be at risk from online threats. No business is too small to be a target for online crime—the fact is, small businesses are much more likely to be targeted by cybercriminals than larger companies.
Did you know that a majority of small and medium-sized businesses who suffer a cyberattack often close as a result? It’s hard to recover financially from a cyber-attack. This doesn’t have to happen to you!
CISA recommends four simple steps you can take to make your business MUCH SAFER from online dangers. Secure your business...Secure Our World.
Four Easy Ways to Protect Your Business
Online criminals are always looking for easy targets. Businesses that don’t take basic precautions are at risk. Take the following four steps to make it harder for malicious actors to access your data or trick an employee into allowing access to your systems.
Harmful links or attachments could provide unauthorized access to information or infect your network with malicious code. This can result in data being held for ransom.
This is one of the easiest ways to protect your business from criminals who might otherwise access your accounts by guessing or automating hacking programs.
Using more than a password to access an account—such as a texted code, authenticator app, fingerprint or access card—makes an account safer than a password alone!
Flaws give criminals an opening. Programmers publish patches, but you must install them to get their protection. Smaller businesses are often running outdated software because they don’t have full-time IT staff keeping up.
Simple ways to protect yourself, your family and your business from online threats.
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