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Online Privacy

The Internet touches almost all aspects of our daily lives. We are able to shop, bank, connect with family and friends, and handle our medical records all online. These activities require you to provide personally identifiable information (PII) such as your name, date of birth, account numbers, passwords, and location information.

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Malware - Malicious Software

Malware, short for malicious software, includes any software (such as a virus, Trojan, or spyware) that is installed on your computer or mobile device. The software is then used, usually covertly, to compromise the integrity of your device. Most commonly, malware is designed to give attackers access to your infected computer. That access may allow others to monitor and control your online activity or steal your personal information or other sensitive data.

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Business Email Imposters

A scammer sets up an email address that looks like it's from your company. Then, the scammer sends out messages using that email address. This practice is called spoofing, and the scammer is what we call a business email imposter. Scammers do this to get passwords and bank account numbers or to get someone to send them money. When this happens, your company has a lot to lose. Customers and partners might lose trust and take their business elsewhere - and your business could then lose money.

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5 Ways to be Cyber Secure at Work

Businesses face significant financial loss when a cyber-attack occurs. In 2018, the U.S. business sector had the largest number of data breaches ever recorded. Cybercriminals often rely on human error - employees failing to install software patches or clicking on malicious links - to gain access to systems. From the top leadership to the newest employee, cybersecurity requires the vigilance of everyone to keep data, customers, and capital safe and secure. Support a culture of cybersecurity at your organization.

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10 Cybersecurity Tips for Businesses

The Internet allows businesses of all sizes and from any location to reach new and larger markets, and provides opportunities to work more efficiently by using computer-based tools. Whether a company is thinking of adopting cloud computing or just using email and maintaining a website, cybersecurity should be a part of the plan.

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