Knowing that you are a hacker’s target is the first step in protecting yourself from hackers, but most people operate under the assumption that it cannot happen to them. In reality, nothing can be further from the truth. You, with your boring life and no money, are a hacker’s target. You, with the small business that sells yarn and knitting needles, are a hacker’s target. No matter what you do or who you are, you are a hacker’s target.
So how do you protect yourself? Using secure passwords and changing them often is a great start. Hackers know all about those of you who use 123456 or password for your password, and all they have to do is match it up to your login name and you are toast.
If you have a small business you may want to consider a managed cloud network to keep the hackers out of your important information. After all, cleaning up a data breach puts half of small businesses out of business within a few months. Small businesses often don’t have the luxury of hiring an IT department or even a security specialist, and the good news is that you can hire outside help for that. Learn more about how managed cloud NaaS can protect your business from this infographic!
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