Winning at cybersecurity is a tall order--and it's even more complicated for small businesses. Luckily, it's possible to get that win without tearing out your hair. Sound too good to be true? Read on to find out how to make cybersecurity easier for your small business!
Some small businesses may think that cybersecurity is for the bigger companies to worry about. After all, the smaller you are, the smaller the target, right? Unfortunately, that's not the case--so here's a look at why small businesses really do need cybersecurity.
To make the most of your cybersecurity efforts, it's sometimes necessary to get inside the mind of the enemy--that is, to understand how hackers hack. That way, you know which doors to close, which vulnerabilities to look out for, and how to keep your company safe. Today we'll "think like hackers" and learn how this helps permanently improve your cybersecurity efforts!
We're all living in a world that, chances are, you and your company probably didn't predict--and you certainly didn't plan for. However, when "worst-case scenario" becomes a reality, it's important to navigate challenges as they come and keep an eye on the horizon to see what else may be headed your way. That's why now is the best time to roll up your sleeves and start thinking about the future of cybersecurity for your company.
Ever wondered what goes through a hacker's mind while they're ruining a business and the lives of everyone who works there? Today we'll find out--and look at some internal and external cybersecurity tips to keep these threats far away from your company.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by cybersecurity? Don't let all the complex jargon and high-stakes decision-making get you down. Instead, take a deep breath, roll up your sleeves, and prepare to make cybersecurity a breeze with these simple tips!
Is your workforce spread out across town or even across the nation, each sitting on their own couch or at their kitchen counter? Working at home can feel a little difficult to manage, especially with all the new security threats on the horizon--but the good news is that, with a few savvy cybersecurity tips, you can make the couch just as secure as the office.
There's a lot to know about IT security--what types of data are most at risk, which threats your company faces most frequently, how best to defend yourself, and more. However, to avoid getting overwhelmed, it's often best to start with the basics. Today, we'll define one common IT security term and take a closer look: cybersecurity.
Every business has to worry about cyber threats these days. No matter what the size of your company, it may be vulnerable to hackers who are looking for gaps in your cybersecurity. To keep your computer network as safe as possible, there are many things that you can do to keep it safer.