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Modern telecommunication technologies offer countless opportunities for businesses, but they also offer cyber criminals an open door to victimize your business, scam your customers and hurt your company’s reputation. Your ability to protect the company’s sensitive data assets, coupled with a continued trust in your business practices, products and the secure handling of your clients’ unique information impacts your profitability. With this much on the line it is critical that you safeguard your business against these online dangers by implementing clear, concise internal practices and policies for your employees, as well as any contractor who may come into contact with sensitive information or data.
Employees are the heart of any business. Having security policies in place to ensure that your workforce is properly qualified, vetted and trained is an essential element of any cybersecurity plan. Employees and third-party contractors can be targeted by cybercriminals in a variety of ways. Remember, All data has value to someone, how you handle and protect your data is central to the operational and financial security of your business as well as the privacy expectations of customers, employees, and partners.
Online fraud takes on many guises that can impact everyone, including small businesses, their customers, and their employees. Employee awareness is your best defense against your users being tricked into handing over their usernames and passwords to cyber criminals.
Email has become a critical part of our everyday business, from internal management to direct customer support. The benefits associated with email as a primary business tool far outweigh the negatives. However, businesses must be mindful that a successful email platform starts with basic principles of email security to ensure the privacy and protection of customer and business information.
If your company uses mobile devices to conduct company business, such as accessing company email or sensitive data, pay close attention to mobile security and the potential threats that can expose and compromise your overall business networks. Many organizations are finding that employees are most productive when using mobile devices, and the benefits are too great to ignore. But while mobility can increase workplace productivity, allowing employees to bring their own mobile devices into the enterprise can create significant security and management challenges.