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  1. 5 Cybersecurity Tips for Quick Wins

    Got 5 minutes? Here are 5 easy tactics to improve your company’s cybersecurity.

    Now of course we all know that having truly strong cybersecurity isn’t as simple as flipping a switch—nothing can replace a comprehensive cybersecurity program. But every little bit helps reduce your risk of a cybersecurity incident.

    Here are 5 cybersecurity tips that include settings, habits, and policies you can update today.

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  2. Secure IT: Recycle Your Paper, Not Your Passwords

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), and this year’s theme is “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.” We’ve discussed the overarching goals of NCSAM before, and began exploring the theme last week. Part 2 of 3 in our NSCAM theme dives into an important part of Secure IT—Shake Up Your Passphrase Protocol: create strong, unique passphrases. We’ve covered building a strong passphrase before, but passphrases also need to be unique to be truly formidable. Why? Read on.

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  3. Own IT: Social Media Safety for Business

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), and this year’s theme is “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.” We discussed NCSAM’s overall goals at the beginning of the month, and in the next three weeks, we’ll dive into key parts of the theme as they relate to Small Business and the cybersecurity providers they rely on. Part 1 of 3 in our NSCAM-focused series spotlights a component of Owning IT: Never Click and Tell: staying safe on social media.

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  4. Factor in More Than Just the Keys to the Castle

    Nowadays, a password – no matter how formidable – just isn’t enough to protect the throne. With all the critical information we store online, Two-Factor Authentication adds an important security step to help your devices confirm that the person trying to log in is, well, you.

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  5. Bootstrap Cybersecurity: Start Up and Stay Up

    Starting a business is rewarding, but it’s far from easy. You’re being pulled in a lot of directions, under pressure, moving fast, and probably tight on cash. Cybersecurity probably isn’t what comes to mind as a first order of business—or budget. But it should be, and here are a few reasons why.

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