- Set up two-factor authentication for systems accessed via the internet
You'll be surprised how easy it is to steal a password. With two-factor authentication, you can keep unwanted people out, even if they have your password.
- Prevent CEO fraud by setting up strong internal processes
You can prevent CEO fraud by establishing strong internal processes. Agree which employees are allowed to make payments and set up a 4-eyes principle. Make sure your employees are aware of the risks and ensure that they take the right steps if they do not trust a certain payment.
- Make sure your staff are aware of cyber risks
Technologically speaking, it is not that difficult to secure IT systems these days. That's why hackers have moved to targeting people. Humans are often unintentionally the key to a successful cyber-attack. Make sure your employees are aware of things like phishing emails. This will prevent hackers from compromising your network via your employees.
- Update regularly
Make sure systems are always running on the most recent version of software. Besides computers and servers, also think about Internet of Things devices, like the smart thermostat. Old software often contains vulnerabilities that hackers can use to penetrate your network. With a software update, these kinds of vulnerabilities are often fixed by the supplier.
- Conduct the vulnerability scan on the website of Eye Security
Perform a free online vulnerability scan via the website. This will give you an idea of the security risks associated with your website. You can use the results of this scan to take the security of your website to a higher level. This ensures that hackers cannot use your website for malicious practices such as sending or hosting spam.
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