We will explore the importance of preventative measures in stopping cybercrime and provide practical tips and best practices to help small businesses protect themselves.
Proactive Cybersecurity: How to Help Prevent Attacks
Through taking preventative measures and implementing the right cybersecurity protocols, small businesses can greatly reduce their risk of falling victim to a cyber attack.
Strong passwords and password management
Strong passwords and proper password management are essential for protecting your accounts and personal information from cyber threats.
Software and Device Updates
Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, and keeping your devices up to date is crucial for protecting your business and personal information.
Secure Wireless Networks & VPN
Wireless networks are essential for many small businesses but they also represent a potential vulnerability for cyber attacks. In this article, we discuss why securing wireless networks is important and provide practical tips and best practices for protecting your wireless network from cyber threats.
Safe browsing and email use
Safe browsing and email use are essential for protecting your business and personal information from cyber threats. In this article, we discuss best practices for secure browsing and email use, including how to protect your email from phishing attempts and how to secure your browser settings.
Anti-virus and Firewall
Antivirus and firewall are essential tools in protecting your business from cyber threats. In this article, we will explore the importance of using antivirus and firewall to secure your network and devices.
Review all suppliers
Supply chain attacks are becoming a significant concern for businesses, as they can provide cybercriminals a way to infiltrate a company’s systems and steal sensitive information. We discuss the importance of reviewing all suppliers and provide tips and best practices for assessing the cyber security risks associated with working with third parties and vendors.
Personal & Staff Cyber Training
An educated workforce is an essential part of maintaining the security of your business. In this article, we discuss the importance of training staff and yourself on cybersecurity best practices, including tips on developing a training plan and identifying areas of vulnerability.
“Security used to be an inconvenience sometimes, but now it’s a necessity all the time.”