- July 13, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
Following cybersecurity best practices, like creating a strong password and enabling multi-factor authentication, are crucial to keeping your business safe.
Cybersecurity defense company BullGuard estimates that roughly 43 percent of small businesses do not have any kind of cybersecurity defense plan at all. When remote work became the norm during the pandemic, these risks became even greater. Even tThe White House has recently weighed in on the issue, sending out a memo about the dangers of cybercrime.
Joe Giordano, the Cybersecurity Program Director at Touro College Illinois, advises businesses to take simple precautions to protect sensitive data. “It is a good practice to train employees to spot phishing emails, avoid clicking on suspicious web links or email attachments, and to create more secure passwords. Businesses should be mindful of using up-to-date antivirus software, as well as other…