Bay Area Business Briefings

The #1 Threat To Your Security Is...
You! Well, you and your employees. Like it or not, we are our own worst enemies online, inviting in hackers, viruses, data breaches and everything else under the digital sun through seemingly innocent actions. In most cases, this is done without malicious intent.

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5 Ways To Build A Stronger Small Business In 20 Minutes Or Less

1. Go to a networking event. It’s all about who you know, as they say, and with sites like Eventbrite or Meetup.org, it’s easy to find communities where you can connect and learn.

2. Take a break and learn something.

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4 Ways Your Employees Will Invite Hackers Into Your Network

Cyber security is a complicated issue, no matter how you slice it, but one of the surest ways to reduce your risk and strengthen your defenses against hackers is to educate your team. Forewarned is forearmed, so make sure they fully understand the risks associated with the most common social engineering strategies.

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Top Tips You Can’t Afford To Miss From A CEO Who Survived A Ransomware Attack
Years back, A1Care owner Percy Syddall upgraded his business with a state-of-the-art system for storing all the company’s records and customer data in a single place. The network was a massive boon to both his customers and employees.

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2 Sneaky Ways Hackers Will Rob You Blind
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: cyber-attacks aren’t limited to big corporations and government organizations. Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report states that 58% of data breaches in 2017 occurred at small businesses.