Today’s CEOs and management not only need to worry about profit margins, market analysis, and mergers and acquisitions; now they also need to step into a world of practicing security with due care, understanding and complying with new government privacy and information security regulations, risking civil and criminal liability for security failures (including the possibility of being held personally liable for certain security breaches), and trying to comprehend and address the myriad of ways in which information security problems can affect their companies.
How Cybercriminals Attack You
How to stay protected from cybercriminals
- Always check for security updates- update your system whenever your vendor provide updates.
- Don’t click- Don’t open any annoying links or attachments via email or from any malicious site.
- Use public WiFi securely- free WiFi exposes anyone who uses them to surf the internet because these networks don’t encrypt your connection.use some apps to secure public wifi before using it.
- Use different passwords- Don’t take password easily always use complex passwords. Don’t use that same complex password over many different websites. If one service is hacked, there’s a high chance a cybercriminal will be able to seek out and access your other accounts with the same email and password information.