Top 4 Cybersecurity Tips

In today’s digital age, cyber security is a top priority for individuals and businesses alike. The ever-evolving threat landscape can be overwhelming, but by implementing the following top four cyber security tips, you can significantly reduce your risk of being hacked or compromised.

  • Use strong and unique passwords: Using weak passwords or the same password across multiple accounts is a common mistake that can leave you vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Instead, use a combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. And never reuse the same password across different accounts.
  • Enable two-factor authentication: Two-factor authentication provides an extra layer of security by requiring you to enter a unique code or use a biometric factor, such as a fingerprint, in addition to your password. This can help prevent unauthorized access to your accounts.
  • Keep your software up to date: Cyber criminals often exploit vulnerabilities in software to gain access to systems. Make sure to keep your operating system, web browsers, and other software up to date to avoid falling prey to such attacks.
  • Be cautious of suspicious emails and links: Phishing emails and malicious links are a common tactic used by cyber criminals to trick individuals into revealing sensitive information or downloading malware. Always double-check the sender’s email address and be wary of unsolicited emails or links.

By following these top four cyber security tips, you can significantly reduce your risk of falling victim to cyber-attacks. Don’t let complacency put you and your sensitive information at risk. Stay vigilant, stay safe.

Cyberthreats Update: Emotet

Emotet is a banking trojan malware program and one of many cyberthreats businesses face. Watch this video (60-second watch) to learn what you need to know about Emotet from Frank Schlatterer CTO and Technical Team Leader at JENLOR.

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