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New Year’s resolution: practice good cyber hygiene

by The 100 Companies

A new year oftentimes includes resolutions related to health, trying a new hobby or setting financial goals. What about practicing good cyber hygiene in the new year?

Alias, a cybersecurity and digital forensics consulting firm, recommends the following cybersecurity best practices:

• Update devices regularly

• Set strong passwords

• Connect to secure WiFi

• Use multi-factor authentication

• Attend security awareness training

These simple steps significantly decrease the chances of a cyber-attack, including ransomware or data encryption. If you suspect your device or organization has been comprised, contact Alias Infosec for incident response or visit aliasinfosec.com for more information.

Jack Phillips, Jones PR

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