2021 National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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Like other recent crises, cybersecurity has gone from affecting other people, far away governments, and massive companies to affecting those much closer to home. Sadly, it’s hardly even newsworthy anymore unless there is a multi-million dollar ransom involved. 

If you, your family, or your business have yet to personally experience it, please understand it’s no longer ‘if’ but ‘when’ you will come under attack. One of the top reasons small businesses fail, it’s no longer enough to just guard your own company’s fraud, you have to be vigilant with your vendor’s cybersecurity measures as well. 

As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we will help empower you, your family and your business with tips to proactively address this threat.

Learn more about the national Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency’s initiative here and let’s all do our part to be #cybersmart.

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