Cyber Security Basics for E-commerce:Understand the basics of why and how bad actors typically attack websites and how to prevent your business from becoming a victim of these vicious, anonymous attacks.
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What’s worse than having your website, your files, or your customer’s data compromised or hacked? Discovering how easily the loss of trust from your customers and damage to your business’ reputation could’ve been prevented when it’s too late.
Cyber Security is a massive topic which spans most industries, and affects virtually all companies and their data. Small businesses face two unique challenges with cyber security: first, they are most often underprepared for any significant attack or attempt due to their lack of expertise and resources for proper prevention and protection, and second, because of this, they are often the primary target of bad actors, especially when they are tied to larger, higher-profile industry operators, vendors, suppliers, and customers.
Arbuckle Media has developed a system of procedural controls and steps (policies) for minimizing vulnerability to cyber security breaches and attacks, as well as educating your staff and team on their responsibilities and how they can protect themselves and your business from becoming a victim.
The objective of this webinar is to familiarize yourself with the types of attacks, what to look for, how to know when you’re under attack, and what to do before, during, and after an attack has taken place.
- Understand the basics of why and how bad actors typically attack small business websites, including: malware, phishing, card cracking, DDOS, brute force, and more.
- How to set up prevention methods, how to monitor for threats, and the basic steps to undertake when you find yourself under attack.
- What policies and procedures you can put in place with your staff and team in order to prevent the spread of threats, such as Multi-factor authentication, secure password enforcement, regular checks and scans, and more.