Think about your home and think about all the locks it has. They are there to protect your physical possessions and even yourself.
But how do I protect my site if there are no physical things on it?
Good question! Even if you don’t have physical things, you need to protect your information such as: Email, CPF, credit cards, and also your customers’ data.
Small and medium businesses are the target of 62% of cyber attacks, and in the last 6 months, 60% of businesses that have received such attacks have closed their doors.
How do I keep my business secure?
- Create a strong password with upper and lower case letters, numbers and characters mixed. Each account needs its own password, the more complex the harder to figure out.
- Activate notifications of changes to your account, this can be by email or even cell phone number, if someone tries to change your information you will receive a warning.
- Be careful with emails, hackers send messages as if they are from the bank, a government agency and even as work friends. Examine your emails for links, attachments and also who sent you the email, ex: firstname.lastname@example.org Be vigilant!
- When entering the website, check if the URL has HTTPS, Ex: https://agencia.wdevel.com.br. Learn more about HTTPS.
- Set your phone, computer, notebook or tablet to lock the screen after a period of inactivity.
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