October is Cyber Security Month 2022
News|by Leanne Bevan|30 September 2022
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. We’re here to help you become more aware of cyber threats and help you and your employees become more cyber smart.
The National Cybersecurity Alliance has announced that the theme for 2022 is “See yourself in cyber”.
The four focus areas this year are:
- Enabling multi-factor authentication
- Using strong passwords and a password manager
- Updating software
- Recognising and reporting phishing
Have you got all these in place in your organisation? Or if you do, do any of them need a refresh or improvement perhaps?
Thanks to our great partnerships with leading and niche security software vendors and my certifications and knowledge in cyber security, we can help you in all four of these areas.
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