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Large companies are not the only targets of cyberattacks. Hackers are interested mostly in easy money. Make it harder for hackers to break through.
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How do you communicate security policies when onboarding new employees?
Every employee needs training on industry-specific threats and company policies. Performing these sessions during onboarding is a good start — but be sure to offer periodic refresher sessions and alert folks to new threats as they emerge.
Cybersecurity common sense is important, but every employee needs training on industry-specific threats and company policies. Performing these sessions during onboarding can help employees feel more confident in their ability to protect your company. Periodic refresher sessions can further increase the likelihood that an employee will know what to do to prevent a cybersecurity incident.
Is your tech secure? How do you know?
It’s hard to be a cybersecurity expert for all the different kinds of tech your company uses and run your business. To reduce your risk, consider bringing in an independent cybersecurity contractor that can identify security vulnerability and help you make a plan to address them.
Bringing in an independent cybersecurity contractor to identify risks you need to address and monitor is a great way to reduce the risk of cyber threats.
How do you protect your business from email spam?
Implementing spam detection and attachment scanning software is a great first layer of defense that can help protect your business from email threats. Also, consider documenting fraudulent email cases and sending company-wide warnings of current scams. And make sure to keep your email policies up to date and that employees understand these policies thoroughly.
Documenting fraudulent email cases and sending company-wide warnings of current scams is important so that employees better understand what to look out for. In addition, it helps to make sure that email policies are socialized and kept up to date. Also, consider implementing spam detection and attachment scanning software to help catch scams before they reach employees.
Are you protected against social engineering scams?
Social engineering scams that target finance and accounting departments are extremely common. You can reduce the chances of fraud with strong procedures and safety checks that are regularly reviewed for vulnerabilities.
Review payment procedures and implement safety checks to reduce your company’s vulnerability to common social engineering scams that target finance and accounting departments.
Do you use multifactor authentification?
Not everyone protects their passwords the way they should. Adding a second layer of protection, such as codes sent via text message or requiring the use of an authenticator app can reduce the chances of an unauthorized user entering your systems.
Multifactor authentication strengthens your security by requiring users to take an additional action after entering their password. This second step can be a verification email, a unique code sent via text, or a separate hardware/software code generator.
Is your business protected against all technology threats and failures?
No one can prevent all possible technology disasters. But planning for worst-case scenarios can help you minimize the damage and recover your systems and data more quickly than if you had no plan.
No one can prevent all possible technology disasters. But planning for worst-case scenarios can help you minimize the damage and recover your systems and data more quickly than if you had no plan.
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