Whether you’re in the middle of an important piece of work, or just checking Facebook, when that notification appears to let you know there’s a software update available, it’s so tempting to just click ‘Later’.
And then forget to run the update when you’ve finished what you’re doing.
Especially if you’re working in the office one day and at home the next. It’s even easier to promise yourself you’ll install the updates when you’re in less of a hurry.
But it’s so important.
At the moment, we’re all more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Cyber criminals are taking advantage of how things are.
And there’s more to be aware of. Doing your updates means your devices will be:
Protected from the latest threats
Running the latest versions of your software
Generally in better health
Can you really face dealing with a data breach on top of everything else right now?
We’ve all heard the quote (it’s from the excellent Liam Neeson film ‘Taken’), but have you ever been held to ransom?
While it’s very unlikely that you’ve ever received an anonymous call or letter demanding thousands in return for something you hold close… it’s not out of the question that your business won’t be attacked by ransomware.
What is ransomware?
Think malware – malicious software that damages your computer. But rather than all of your files being deleted, they’re taken away from you and you’re promised their return… only when you pay a fee.
Sound scary? It’s terrifying.
We’ve created a short video to show you how to avoid ransomware, including 3 ways to protect your business.
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