The short answer to this is: yes. Every business needs to have some kind of provision for cyber security in place. Cybercrime is running rampant and, especially since the start of the pandemic, cybercriminals have been incredibly resourceful in terms of the lengths they will go to when it comes to trying to access systems
IT is a critical part of operations for organisations today, the right IT support can make all the difference when it comes to how well technology supports your business. If you opt for outsourced IT support there are a range of benefits that could give your business an advantage in an increasingly competitive world.
Gaining access via a password is the simplest way for any cybercriminal to do a lot of damage. That might happen via a phishing attack where you’re convinced to give up your details in an email or something that you have less control over like malware that installs a keylogger and tracks what you type.
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