How easy are you making it for hackers and scammers to get your data?

More than 11 billion records were stolen between 2008 and 2020, and the number is increasing. Could it happen to you?

All companies use email and hackers can manipulate their way into accessing your entire network, accessing your company’s critical data and your users’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Your company is then an easy target for identity theft, extortion and ransomware attacks; the types of events that board up businesses and ruin livelihoods.

All recent cyberattacks can be filtered down to one clear cause: poor Cyber Hygiene.

As with personal hygiene, cyber hygiene involves developing important habits. In the case of cyber hygiene, those habits help computers and other devices that rely on connectivity perform at their best.

Good cyber hygiene helps protect against vulnerabilities by helping individuals and businesses keep their data safe, preventing malware and other attacks from breaching networks and devices.

Cyber Hygiene helps you:

  • Protect your crucial data and client information
  • Keep devices and computers running well
  • Safeguard against ransomware and malware
  • Avoid of phishing attempts and other malicious activity
  • Identify and fix outdated admin privileges from former employees, etc.
  • Locate unmanaged assets
  • Find unauthorized software on a system

With a growing reliance on technology, businesses need cybersecurity experts who can handle cyberthreats and ensure good cyber hygiene practices.

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