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4. Train your staff in cybersecurity best practices
When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s a common saying – “you are only as secure as your least informed employee” – and it holds true. What if an unsuspecting employee at your office uses weak passwords or falls for a phishing attempt – and their system becomes compromised?
This is why it’s critical to educate your employees on how cybercriminals can trick them into revealing sensitive, private information. They should be trained to identify suspicious phone calls or emails instantly. With proper training, they can help to safeguard the organisation from these kinds of attacks.
Having strong policies for cybersecurity best practices is a good place to start.