Attackers target people, not devices. MFA needs to be everywhere in every process. It comes back to training managers and staff about MFA, phishing, how to spot a scam and social engineering.
Your small business holds a wealth of information, not just for you but for cybercriminals. All your customer data and financial information – can be worth a pretty penny to those looking for online profit. Larger companies tend to have stronger security which makes it more difficult to gain access to their platforms. This isn’t your fault, and there are steps you can take to better protect yourself.
Phishing emails are a common tactic used by cybercriminals to steal sensitive information from unsuspecting victims. This is also one way that your business and all the data within it can be hijacked if the right measures aren’t taken and implemented across your whole team.
If you’re using the same set of passwords or even the same one for every aspect of your online life, we’re here to tell you to stop. There should not be one password to rule them all. This leaves you vulnerable if there is a security breach, opening up your entire online world to cybercriminals.
Since over 95% of cybersecurity breaches are possible because of a lack of in-house password management & security processes, that means that 95% of those attacks are preventable with a few tweaks that are free to implement.
If you need support to develop a more robust cybersecurity plan, contact one of our experts at JEI Tech today.
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As more businesses utilize key SaaS (software-as-a-service) apps like Slack, Office 365, GSuite and Salesforce to power their operations, the more attractive those services have become to cybercriminals. JEI Tech is now leveraging AI to heighten defenses so that businesses can continue to work with their favorite SaaS applications, but can also rest assured that their access to those mission-critical programs remains 100% secure. AI is like adding another layer to an organization’s security stack that constantly evolves into a better version of itself.