While national news coverage reports on large companies facing cyberattacks, what doesn’t always make the headlines is when small and mid-size businesses’ data is hacked.
With an increase in people’s digital activity, we are seeing a rise in digital fraud, ransomware and other complex cybersecurity challenges. This can put businesses of all sizes, from a few employees to a few hundred employees, at risk.
Technology: Fraud Prevention Tips
Twin Cities Business hosted a “Technology: Fraud Prevention Tips” virtual event, where I joined local experts Allison Kaplan, editor in chief of Twin Cities Business, and Tim Bornholdt, partner of The Jed Mahonis Group. Watch a recording of our conversation that’s posted below, as we discuss preventative measures you can take to ensure your company’s digital security. Spoiler alert: Creating and maintaining secure passwords can go a long way.
Security is a people problem; it’s a business problem, and it’s a technology problem. All three of those segments have to be balanced otherwise the stool tips over. To get a better idea of how secure your business and data is, take our free Cybersecurity Assessment. This will help you gain a clearer picture of what areas of cybersecurity your business excels at, as well as areas that need improvement to protect your data, your customers and your business.