In the modern business world, we spend more time online than ever before, whether we’re shopping, planning vacations, using social media, or staying in touch via email with our clients and colleagues. In fact, our personal information, including financial and healthcare information, is often sent and received online via email, web based applications, or remote access solutions.
Doesn’t it seem like we’re always hearing about another data breach? In the past couple of years, there’s been a few companies that experienced massive breaches – from Target to Home Depot to Neiman Marcus to Michaels, it seems like the data breaches are continuously occurring!
Did You Know Human Errors Are Responsible for 76% of Data Breaches? October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month – Go Ahead & Take the Time to Educate Your Employees on Security Best Practices!
National Cyber Security Awareness Month was created to raise awareness about the importance of staying safe and secure online while mitigating the risks of cybercrime. So what can be done to stay protected while browsing the web? The answer is simple:
Consider the National Cybersecurity Education & Awareness Campaign: Stop. Think. Connect.
Stop. Think. Connect. What does it mean? A group of nonprofit organizations, private companies, and government organizations created the national cybersecurity education and awareness campaign to encourage more vigilant and secure online habits. Here’s how it works:
Ultimately, it all comes down to you and your employees: will you practice vigilant and secure online habits or will you become the next victim of a malicious infection, hacking attack, or worse, a serious data breach? Here’s a few tips to help you follow the right security best practices to stay safe online:
As always, be wary and stay current – keep up with the latest security threats and stay on the lookout. To learn more, give us a call at (613) 828-1280 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Fuelled Networks is here to help you stay up-to-date on the latest security threats and best practices to keep your business safe.
Published On: 24th October 2014 by Ernie Sherman.