Last month the largest cyberattack ever affected hundreds of thousands of business, personal and government computers in over 150 countries. It is estimated that three out of every five businesses will be affected by some sort of IT security breach in 2017. We’re here to help you ensure that you don’t become a victim.
In this newsletter:
- 10 Tips to Prevent Data Theft for Your Small Business
- Answers to Common Questions about Ransomware
- How to Protect Yourself from Ransomware
- Don't Fall for a Tech Support Scam about Ransomware
Small businesses are becoming a growing target for hackers because they are often not well prepared for potential attacks and breaches. Businesses also value their data more highly (often their data is their business) and therefore are more likely to submit to ransomware demands. Learn 10 relatively simple techniques to keep your business data safe.
Viruses, Trojans, worms, DDoS attacks, phishing attempts and now ransomware. Knowing what ransomware is (and isn’t) will help you understand this relatively new challenge. If you need help protecting yourself from these dangers, please call us.
Generic high-level resources (video, audio and text) that you can share with your users that describe what ransomware is and how to protect yourself from it.
Police have now issued a warning over fake support scams using WannaCry to scare PC users into paying up. Don't be a victim to ransomware or to this tech support scam. We keep our clients safe. If you are not yet one of our clients, contact us for a consultation to see how vulnerable your company is. We'll give you honest feedback.