5 Cyber Security Tips For Aussie Businesses

In recognition of National Cyber Security Awareness Week Cyber Insurer Dual wanted to provide 5 quick cybersecurity tips for Aussie businesses:

Back up Data

– Back up data frequently with the back-up stored off the business’s premises and not connected to the insured’s network.

Firewall & Anti Virus Protection

– Use operating systems with embedded firewalls and anti-virus protection software (such as Windows or MAC OS X), or run separate commercially licensed firewall or anti-virus protection software.

 

Never pay ransom

– It’s not always wise to pay a ransom as you are not able to determine where the money will go (i.e funding terrorism without knowing) or if the hacker will repeat this attack.

Third Party Vendor Management

– Any requests to alter supplier and customer details including bank account details, independently verified with a known contact for authenticity.

Incident Response plan

– Have a well-planned approach to addressing and managing a cyber attack to help respond to, and recover from network security incident.

 

Source: Dual Insurance

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