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16Mar

Stop Making This Mistake!

Have You Made Cybersecurity a Priority in Your Business?

If not, I strongly urge you to do so.

Otherwise, you’ll continue to make yourself vulnerable and it’ll only be a matter of time when your business gets hacked.

Yes, it’s now a ‘when you get hacked’, not an ‘if you get hacked’ situation.

In fact, the primary reason for the numerous successful hacks on businesses can be ascribed to a lack of cybersecurity.

Business leaders can often underestimate this and make the mistake of thinking, “My business is small, why would hackers pay attention to me?”

Believe me, they still will.

Luckily, you can take steps right now to resolve that issue.

1. Invest in Cybersecurity

Investing in cybersecurity means several things, but these are the most basic:

  • Direct enough resources towards making your accounts, hardware, and network safe.
  • Educate your team on the dangers of cyberthreats and train them to follow security procedures. Employees are often the weakest point in your security grid, as any device they use for work can be a potential point of entry for hackers.

2. Leverage Two-Factor Authentication, or 2FA

It’s a highly effective solution to preventing hacker attacks. This method works by requesting confirmation before the user can log into their account.

Encourage your employees to use 2FA on both work and personal accounts.

3. Use EndPoint Protection Software

It may sound old-school, but it’s still an excellent method of cyber-attack prevention. But to ensure maximum cybersecurity for your business, purchase a professional package.

Please contact us at you’d like to learn more about using advanced cybersecurity methods for your business. We can arrange a quick chat to discussed some options we have available that would help protect your business. Give us a call at 716-373-4467 x 15 or email us at: info@databranch.com to learn more.

 

Article used with permission from The Technology Press.

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