Technology can be breached. It’s a tough fact to accept, but as consumers of technology, we should each try to make it harder for cybercriminals to succeed in their malicious goals. Here are a few tips to help you put up obstacles to your data and create layers of protection through passwords, anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and policies and procedures within your business.

Password Security

Stronger obstacles demand stronger passwords. Do the following to better protect yourself and your data:

Operational Recommendations

Whether you have a full IT department, a single IT professional, or you’re the boss handling all roles from CEO to HR to marketing and technology, these recommendations are applicable in all situations:

Other Considerations

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