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Did you know that cybercriminals use stolen passwords or cracked weak passwords in 81 percent of hacking-related breaches? You might also be surprised to learn that weak passwords are remarkably easy to find. Simply increasing the length of your password could prevent cybercrime. In fact, a 12-character password takes 62 trillion times longer to crack than a six-character password. Want to learn more? The Best Password Management Guide can help you find out:

  • How weak (or strong) your passwords are.
  • The ins and outs of password managers and why you should use them.
  • How to strengthen your existing passwords.
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Weak Passwords Put You At Risk

66 Days
How long it typically takes before a cyber attack is detected.
59%
The percentage of people who use their name or birthdate in their password.
27%
How many Americans tried to guess someone’s password (17% actually succeeded.)
$149,000
The typical cost of a data breach for SMBs. (Ransomware averages $133,000.)

Is Your Business *Really* Secure? Consider The Following:

  • 80 percent of small businesses are concerned about being a cybercrime target within the next six months, while only 14 percent rate their ability to lower their risk of cybercrime as “highly effective.”
  • 78 percent of businesses store sensitive or valuable information and don’t encrypt any of it.
  • 62 percent don’t upgrade or update their apps and software.
  • 51 percent have zero budget allocated to cybersecurity.
  • 75 percent have no disaster recovery plan in place.
  • 81 percent review asset locations only once a year or even less often.

Why Should I Care?

Cybercriminals aren’t stupid – they’ll do anything to get your data and come up with new ideas every day.

Check out some of their playbook moves:

  1. Drive-by: You might not even see this one coming. Just innocently clicking a link or visiting a website can turn your system into a secret host for malware. It doesn’t make a scene, but it’s busy in the background, silently siphoning data for future use.
  2. Malicious software (malware): This bad boy includes ransomware, viruses, trojans, worms, and other nasty infections.
  3. Man in the middle (MITM): Ever played “monkey in the middle”? Imagine hackers doing that with your users and servers. They slip in between, pulling the strings. They can pretend to be you to your users or mess with your IP to sneak into other servers or applications, all for a data harvest.
  4. Phishing: Watch out for those emails that seem too good to be true. They come
    loaded with links to fake sites or attachments waiting to nab your data or mess with your system. And there are crafty variations – from texts (smishing) to phone calls (vishing).
  5. Distributed denial of service (DDOS): It’s like a digital riot, targeting websites, networks, servers, or computers, with the sole mission of knocking them offline and causing chaos for your business.

And guess what? This is just the tip of the cybercrime iceberg. Make sure your company stands guard with our trusty guide.

Downloading our free resource, The Best Password Management Guide, shows you how you can enable stronger business cybersecurity. In a few minutes, you’ll find out if your company knows about weak password practices. Combine this resource with your internal IT team or managed service provider to improve your password hygiene.

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Think your company’s passwords are strong?

Think again! Weak passwords are surprisingly easy to find, and 81 percent of hacking-related breaches used stolen or weak passwords.

Are yours up to snuff?

Our free resource, The Best Password Management Guide, will provide the ultimate password management tips to secure your company.

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Don’t tell me: Your password has your birthday or name in it, right?

If so, you’re not following proper password hygiene practices. On average, 59 percent of people do this and put themselves at risk for cybercrime.

And, over 70 percent of passwords are used for more than one platform or app. The bottom line? If cybercriminals get one, they can access a lot more of your accounts.

Good news: Our free resource, The Best Password Management Guide, will give you the best password hygiene practices to protect you and your business from cybercrime

Protect Yourself

How protected is your business?

Google experts discovered that of the 27 percent of Americans who have tried to guess someone’s password, 17 percent have guessed it correctly.

If your company has weak passwords, you’re at a much higher risk of cybercrime than you’d believe.

Our free resource, The Best Password Management Guide shows you how to identify weak passwords and gives you
the tools to secure your company with stronger passwords.

Strengthen your Security

Dropsuite:

Dropsuite is a cloud software platform enabling businesses and organizations globally to easily backup, recover and protect their important business information including emails, contacts, calendars and OneDrive/Sharepoint files. Compliant email backup and archive system with a 10-year retention policy.

Vade Secure:

Vade Secure is an AI-based email security solution to improve security for Office 365 and block advanced phishing, spear phishing, and advanced malware threats. Vade Secure analyzes emails, webpages, attachments, and images with machine learning and deep learning algorithms that are trained to detect behaviors and anomalies common to advanced email threats.

Office Protect:

Office Protect is a service that’s designed to help you secure your Microsoft 365 tenant. Using our powerful in-house security software, our analysts actively monitor for threats, investigate alerts, eliminate false positives, and provide guided response and remediation. Protects against account break-ins, data exfiltration, business email compromise, phishing, internal threats, lateral movement, ransomware, and attacks by nation states.

Dark Cubed:

Dark Cubed focuses on real-time monitoring, threat intelligence, predictive analytics, elegant dashboard, streamlined workflow, executive reporting and active blocking. This is another layer of security that integrates with the firewall.

ThreatLocker:

ThreatLocker is a zero-trust endpoint security tool giving companies control over what software can run, by whom, and what data can be accessed.

It keeps a full detailed audit of what applications are used and data accessed/transferred/deleted and by what users (signature tracking, etc.) If something unusual happens, such as a signature change, or a user opens an application that is out of their normal routine the administrator is alerted. This is a crucial tool in identifying malware threats, as well as helping organizations identify if users are accessing applications and/or data/ files they should not be.

ThreatLocker provides a solution that allows businesses to control the content that runs on their network. Unlike AntiVirus software ThreatLocker is not looking for known viruses or malware. ThreatLocker uses a complex set of rules to determine what can be executed on a network and stops anything that has not been approved before it can even execute.

Huntress:

Huntress is a supplement to SentinelOne. Hackers are becoming more sophisticated, and Huntress actively seeks out these threat actors with a "defend forward" mentality. This software combines both advanced security tools along with human intervention to ensure even the most advanced hackers can't penetrate your network.

SentinelOne:

SentinelOne is a comprehensive enterprise security platform that provides threat detection, hunting, and response features that enable organizations to discover vulnerabilities and protect IT operations. SentinelOne integrates static artificial intelligence (AI) to provide real-time endpoint protection and reduce false positives that derail investigations or make threat detection a capital-intensive process. This will replace Webroot in your current environment.