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  • If you connect it, protect it. Update your software regularly and outsmart cyber criminals.
  • Pay attention to software update alerts and set your software to auto-update–it’s an easy way to keep things safe. Set it and forget it!

1/3 of people say they sometime, rarely, or never install software updates.

At the end of the day, protecting your data and devices from malicious actors is what cybersecurity is all about. To accomplish this, make sure your security software is current. Obviously, investing in the most up to date software, web browsers, and operating systems is one of the best defenses against a host of viruses, malware, and other online threats.

Don’t task employees with manually updating devices by making sure these devices have automatic updates turned on. Additionally, back up all data either in the cloud or via separate hard drive storage.

Watch for fakes!

Undoubtedly, you’ve seen these pop-up windows when visiting a website or opening software that urgently asks you to download something or fill out a form? These are always fake and should not be followed. Also, a browser will only warn you not to move forward or stay on a specific web address because it might not be secured, or it could contain malware.

Tips:

Find out how many android devices use the latest and safest OS version.

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