Two out of three small business owners believe a cyberattack to their business is unlikely, but in reality, the same proportion of businesses has been victims of cyber attacks, according to Keeper Security. The direct consequences of a cyberattack is disruption of your business, loss of productivity and revenue, which may lead to the loss of business reputation, the loss of existing and future clients and unwanted media attention.
Therefore, it is critical to keep your small business secure from cyber attacks, but how? With the following three simple measures, you can quickly improve the risk profile of your business.
Enable two-factor authentication
There is a lot of confusing and often contradicting advice about password security. While some believe a password should be complex ([email protected]), others reckon it must be long and memorable (CorrectHorseBatteryStaple) instead. The collective wisdom is to change passwords regularly, and