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Cybersecurity can appear to be a daunting investment for SMEs that have limited resources and knowledge of where to start.
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Cybersecurity can appear to be a daunting investment for SMEs that have limited resources and knowledge of where to start. However, there are a number of best practices businesses can follow to greatly enhance their cybersecurity.
First, invest in the best monitoring, detection and response systems your budget can afford. This might include implementing back-to-base security alarm systems to identify if there are intruders in your office and homes.
Next, vulnerability management involves keeping your computers and network safe from known exploitations by regular running security scans and upgrading your networks.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) ensures your email, social media, and critical applications such as accounting and CRMs are safe. MFA provides a second layer of security aside from username and password alone.
Finally, remember: security starts with you and your team. Building knowledge and awareness are critical to fighting cyber threats, making training and staff education key.