This October, Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSE) and its Get Cyber Safe campaign launched Cyber Security Awareness Month 2022.
The month emphasizes the need for individuals and organizations to take responsibility for their own cybersecurity. Everyone has a role to play in protecting themselves and their families online, and we all need to do our part to keep the internet safe and secure.
Although many entrepreneurs believe they are too small to be susceptible to a cyber attack, data theft and ransomware attacks can happen to businesses of any size and leave your organization irreparably damaged. Cybersecurity is not only for large enterprises, small businesses are under attack and require a paradigm shift.
At Driven, supporting small business owners is what we do. As such, we care about keeping you safe against scams and other fraudulent activity, and ensuring that your business is secure against hackers.
There are a number of things you can do to participate in Cyber Security Awareness Month and improve your cybersecurity posture. Here are just a few:
For more tips and resources, visit the Government of Canada’s Cyber Security Month page. Together, we can all do our part to make the internet a safer place for everyone.
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