No Hack is Too Small: Protecting your SMB from Hackers
It should come as no surprise that small businesses are more vulnerable to attack. So how can they limit their risk of being attacked by these hackers?
It should come as no surprise that small businesses are more vulnerable to attack. With their lack of security tools and limited IT knowledge, it’s no wonder hackers attack them first.
However, these businesses often don’t have the finances to come back from a cyber attack. Because of this many SMB shut down after an attack. So what can they do to protect themselves in the age of the cyber criminal?
They can add some cybersecurity essentials to their business mix. What essentials, you ask? Keep reading to find out. Bruce Hakutizwi discusses this further on Business2Community.
Who Should Read This Article
Any business owner concerned about their cybersecurity should read this article to save themselves from future hacks.
What You Will Learn
You will learn about ongoing cybersecurity trends and how hackers are finding their way to your data through your WIFI network. You will then get some tips on what to do to prevent this like:
- Not skimping on hardware upgrades
- Setting automatic updates
- Making sure you have firewalls and antivirus software in place
- Using strong passwords
- Controlling who has access to what
Your small business doesn't have to be vulnerable to attack. Putting certain cybersecurity essentials in place can lessen your risk of future attacks.