Cybercrime is online theft
There is nothing to be gained from us' is a remark that, according to experts, no longer applies to any organisation. Because cybercrime is the online theft of sensitive, protected or confidential data. Every company and every organisation has data, money or services that could be of interest or value to someone else. It is therefore important to ask yourself what risks you run and how you can counter cybercrime.
Ensure good security
It is very important to have your security in order. A good virus scanner and firewall are indispensable for all your equipment. Not only computers, but also mobile phones and wireless network printers store information and are easy to hack. Make sure your system is up-to-date and make regular backups.
Educate your employees about the risks of the Internet. By talking about how cybercriminals work, your staff will become more aware of how sensitive information flows. Passwords should be renewed regularly and links in unknown e-mails should not be opened without reason. Make sure that laptops and USB sticks are not left lying around everywhere.
Take out data insurance
If you do fall victim to cybercrime, it is good to be properly insured. Not only your company, but also your customers benefit from this. With a data-insurance, also called cyber-risk-insurance, you are insured for the following:
- System intrusion and digital liability
- Theft of privacy-sensitive data
- Extortion and cyber attacks
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