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Frequently Asked Questions

As more and more businesses increase their online presence, cyber threats start to become an unavoidable menace. To protect the firm’s as well as the customer’s data, a cybersecurity system is a must!
Big companies with numerous endpoints may seem more susceptible. Or, financial services or healthcare industries with valuable data would be easy targets. Bigger firms or those that handle sensitive data have technology, laws, and systems to prevent cyberattacks. SMBs without IT knowledge, cybersecurity technologies, protocols, or awareness are obvious for hackers to target.

Usually, NO.

Cybersecurity involves education, company-wide protocols, and leadership commitment.

Cyberattacks, cyber threats, and cyber risks are connected. A cyber-attack is a hostile activity, while a cyber threat is a possible attack, and cyber risk predicts prospective damages.
Ransomware is a sort of cyberattack in which hackers implant software and demand a ransom to unlock your machine. Lateral phishing takeover is another popular trend that is seen nowadays. Hackers access an employee’s email via these hacks.
Cybersecurity is not a linear solution. Businesses must stack cybersecurity defence, monitoring, and repair for a good defence against cyber threats.
Training, methods, and technology matter. Businesses must invest in cybersecurity training for staff. Firms must safeguard the data they’re given.
Your company needs a cyberattack cleanup plan. Ask your IT provider if you’re uncertain; it might save your organisation money and its image if hacked.
Yes. If you use the same password everywhere, someone can figure it out.
Password managers help. It’s free and cheap. Password manager requires one password and it can save several strong passwords.
Update software. Password-protect and encrypt. Public Wi-Fi is unsafe. Secure websites start with “HTTPS,” indicating an SSL (secure) certificate.
No. Use your work laptop or computer. It has Citrix, updates, anti-virus, and malware protection.
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