We are vulnerable as a result of our habits. The data we disclosed about ourselves, the urge to check out links, and things we are curious about. Our security can only be enhanced by newly discovered knowledge of what to do and not to do.
How would you know if a hacker is on your home or business network?
Most organizations recognize way too late they have been compromised. Most of the time, hacked clients are informed of their breach by a 3rd party company. Unfortunately, many of them may never be notified and only find out after someone in their family or business has their identity stolen. The prevailing thought is a hacker will get in. So how will you know or find out when they get in?
Most people assume virus protection will protect them from hackers. This is the furthest thing from the truth. It will take better up-to-date technologies to protect you in our current cyber warfare. Your network has to be part of the protection.
Is your home or business ready?