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As a business owner, your top priority is keeping costs low while still supporting growth. When your managed service provider recommends investing in a robust stack of cybersecurity software, it’s natural to wonder whether we really need all those solutions.
Especially as a small company, you may think a fully-fledged security stack is overkill, but the truth is that cybercriminals pose a threat to all organizations, regardless of size.
In our modern, highly interconnected world, it’s crucial to recognize that even minor computer security issues have the potential to rapidly escalate into significant problems. This article provides an example of the chain reaction that can occur when even minor computer security issues are not addressed.
Their name may not prompt anxiety, yet script kiddies are much more dangerous than they sound. These cybercriminals aren’t elite hackers, but they can still compromise your business.
The global e-commerce market has experienced steady growth over the years, and sales could reach $6.38 trillion by 2024. Yet whether your store is online or in addition to brick-and-mortar locations, trust is critical, and customers must feel secure when giving their credit card details. Safeguarding your online store from cyberattacks protects your credibility and consumer confidence. Plus, it avoids all the costs that come with a data breach.
You know not to open an email attachment from someone you don’t know. You also avoid downloading unexpected files or questionable popups when you go online. But did you know there’s malware that requires zero action from you? Zero-click malware can infect your device without any interaction on your part.
Cybersecurity notifications inform businesses about potential risks and empower them to take action. Yet the various types of alerts mean different things. It can be challenging to know what action to take to protect your systems, data, and security.
There’s one big assumption about cyber attackers that we regularly refute: “It can’t happen to me.” At this point, most businesses do recognize the serious nature of the cyberattack threat. Yet other assumptions about cyberattackers may also make your business vulnerable. Educate your employees about these four main misconceptions. Raising their awareness can help secure your systems against social engineering attacks.
You’ve heard it before: no one is immune from cyberattacks. Doubt that statement? The Vatican suffered an attack that prompted it to take its websites offline. Yes, even the Holy See can suffer a Denial of Service (DDoS attack).
In many areas of our lives there are myths that we accept as fact. Some of these are actually quite dangerous: believing that lightning never strikes in the same place twice could be fatal. Similarly, there are cybersecurity myths that demand debunking to keep your business safe.
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