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As companies and government agencies send their employees home to avoid contact with the coronavirus, many cyber-security teams are facing the unenviable challenge of securing sprawling, vulnerable networks.
Every time an employee connects to their corporate network from home, they’re creating possible access points for hackers to exploit. Here are some tips that can help your business...
Risks: What are the current risks for data intrusion, theft, and hijacking?
Today’s information highway is ripe with potentially catastrophic exposures from:
Repercussions: What happens when someone has access to my company and client data?
A targeted attack on your business damages your bottom line in many ways including:
Prevention – What can I do to make it harder for my data to be accessed by unauthorized people?
The number one way to prevent invasion of your business data is to be prepared by:
Protection – What can I do if my data does get hacked or stolen?
The number one way to protect your business from liability, is to get a Cyber-liability insurance policy. This type of coverage will help to:
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