Don't despair - there is good news!! ou can do a number of things to protect yourself, employees and your business - and they can be done quickly and easiy. This past week, Inc.com cybersecurity columnist Adam Levin wrote about such warnings--and how to shore up your company’s data security. As he states, a business is as vulnerable as its least secure employee device stating, “It's a bad situation when you consider that malware on the laptop of just one employee can hit an entire company network via shared files, folders, and email attachments.” Such warnings invclude phishing attacks that specifically go after divided workforces.
Levin offers various possible solutions, but of course Inc. is no stranger to writing about remote data security which is essential in protecting onself . The biggest thing - redundancies and training employees on best practices. With regard to endpoint security, in February, cybersecurity columnist Neill Feather wrote about this "last line of defense" and warned not to disregard it. Read it here.
Stay well, be safe and protect yourself, your employees and your company from hackers.