Most frequent questions and answers

Knowledge, methods, and tools are the keys to success.
A company’s investment in training its staff in cybersecurity best practices is a must. Companies also have a responsibility to protect the confidentiality of customer information.

After a cyberattack, your business needs a process to follow in order to recover.

Ask your IT provider or a member of the IT department on staff; doing so could help your business avoid losing money or its good name in the event of a cyberattack.

Malware is software that is meant to break computers and computer systems by getting in and messing with them.
Its full name is “malicious software,” and it can be used in phishing campaigns, ransomware attacks, and crypto mining attacks, among other things.

Educating your employees is the best way to be proactive and stop cyber attacks before they become too big to handle.
By giving regular awareness training, cyber security will become part of the culture of the workforce and internal threats will be reduced.

An audit is a thorough, independent analysis of your organization’s current cyber security that looks for weaknesses and high-risk practices by finding vulnerabilities.