Online security isn’t an easy topic to bring staff up to speed with, but it’s of vital importance you do – for your sake, theirs and your customers’.
As government-mandated lockdown comes into force, there are some existing risks to small business that could be felt more acutely if precautions aren’t taken. That’s right, it’s time to rethink your cybersecurity protocols.
Cyber attacks have plagued the individuals and businesses online for over thirty years, but a cyber security expert says these threats may soon begin to overwhelm businesses.
The convenience online retail offers consumers is undeniable, but for the business owner it presents a new set of challenges. Not least of which is the increasing occurrence of digital fraud.
As small business owners begin the mad rush to the end of the year, they’re being urged to be on the lookout for scams that cost them $30,000 on average.
It’s understandable that we get frustrated when stung by a hacker, but in truth most cyber attacks can be traced back to a human error that allowed a cybercriminal to get into a system or gadget in the first place.
Maintaining your professional integrity doesn’t have to be a painful process. Get ready for MYOB’s security-enhancing 2FA rollout ahead of May.
Are we about to enter an age of hyper-awareness of data’s worth? If so, what does that mean for the businesses who use their customers’ data to build better services?