It goes like this...
Everyone in the company gets an email at 6am. It comes from the head of IT and instructs everyone to follow a link to install an update.
Some people don’t spot that the head of IT’s name is spelt slightly wrong – a simple spoofing technique straight out of the cyber crime textbook.
By 9am people start losing access to their files. They’ve been encrypted. This happens a lot.
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses often make the mistake
of thinking that they aren’t on the criminals’ radar. In reality, more than 40% of cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses – precisely because they often don’t take the same security precautions that larger companies do, and they’re more likely to pay a ransom.
Here's what you need to know.
Knowledge Is Power!
It's almost impossible to find technical answers to real-world business challenges without all the tech jargon. Systems X understands IT from a business owner's point of view.
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Systems X is constantly cranking out valuable IT and cybersecurity information. Once we brought them on as a partner, we quickly realized they practice what they preach.
From the beginning of our relationship, Systems X has been an education-first IT partner. They continue to provide us with common sense IT "how-tos" that benefit our internal team.
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- 2022 IT Services Buyers Guide
- 5 Steps to Improve Your Ransomware Resilience
- The Security Problem with John's "Other" Laptop
- Your Essential Cloud Migration Strategy Checklist
- Are You Paying Your IT Support Provider Enough?
- The Business Owner's Briefing: Reduce The Burden On Your Brain
- An Overview of EOS
- The Business Owner's Complete Guide to Phishing
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