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  1. Cybersecurity, Simplified: Phishing Simulations

    If we can’t block phishing emails entirely, then what should we do? Simple: train and educate ourselves and our employees on how to spot phishing emails by regularly sending phishing simulation emails coupled with training if they click on a link or open an attachment.

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  2. Avoiding COVID-19/Coronavirus Phishing Attacks

    Cybersecurity might not be the first thing on your mind as you navigate your business through the current COVID-19 situation, but unfortunately, cybersecurity threats aren’t slowing down.

    Cyberattackers have long been taking advantage of uncertain times to craft convincing (and dangerous) phishing emails, and predictably, we’ve started to see an increase in Coronavirus-related phishing attacks targeting small businesses.

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  3. Suspect the Unexpected

    A key part of staying safe in business is being on-guard for scams, attacks, and financial losses, no matter where they come from. And they do come from just about everywhere, including disguised as seemingly harmless cold calls and emails. All businesses need to keep the lights on, but unfortunately, some go about their sales in unexpected (and even misleading) ways. We’ve seen a flurry of sales and marketing tactics that we’re skeptical of lately—check out some examples and learn how to help protect your company and educate your customers.

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  4. 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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  5. Recognizing, and Defending, Small Business

    National Small Business Week is a tradition of more than 50 years recognizing the critical contributions of entrepreneurs and small business owners. But as you know, the increasing proliferation of cyberattacks can mean big trouble for Small Business.So as the provider of cybersecurity to the undercurrent of the economy, it falls on you to educate Small Business customers on the why and how of cybersecurity.

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  6. What’s Your Testing Frequency?

    As a cybersecurity provider, you know the importance of setting your customers up with top-notch training, services, and technology products to protect against modern threats and improve cybersecurity posture. But it can be tough to know what to evaluate – and when. So just how often should you be testing your customers’ network, systems, and people?

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