Cyber threats for file sharing
File sharing between work and home computers is the most common form of transferring malware-infected files. This is usually done via USB. Sharing forwarded emails (from friends) or photos or slideshows (such as attachments) is also a source for the spread of malware (viruses) on business computers. Business owners need to install internet protection (antivirus), which scans USB as soon as they are plugged into a USB port, and also scans emails for malicious connections and attachments …
Myth about Apple devices
“Apple devices don’t get viruses,” is a myth that many apple lovers (entrepreneurs) hold. This myth keeps people from investing in antivirus for Mac (Apple devices). All Mac, iPhone and iPad are at risk of contracting viruses and spreading them to other devices that use other operating systems (Windows, Android, Ubuntu, Linux … Devices with other operating systems can then be infected by malicious software hosted by Apple devices, even if this malware does not cause problems on Apple devices, it will cause problems on other OS-based devices.There are mac antivirus programs to protect Apple devices.And there are licenses to protect Apple devices. Internet (antivirus) protection, which can be used on multiple operating systems (ie operating systems), ie used on a Windows computer based on Apple’s iOS laptop (iMac) and Android smartphone … Internet marketers are required to use Apple devices to present their products in apple, ie iBooks, iTunes magazines. call Apple computers to send their applications to Apple. Therefore, these entrepreneurs need to protect their Apple devices to protect their intellectual property from cyber threats (malware and hacking).
An autoresponder has been hacked
Business owners (entrepreneurs) who do internet marketing or online marketing use answering machines to send a series of emails to potential customers in order to direct them to customers. Cybercriminals use cyber-threat tactics such as phishing to infect computers with spyware or key loggers to steal autoresponder usernames and passwords. Then send a spam email to everyone in the email list. That’s why Internet marketers need to start by providing their devices with Internet security or endpoint protection in a network and server environment.
Anti-theft technology can be used to protect, track and recover both your devices and information about a lost or stolen device. Anti-theft technology can be used on laptops (or computers) and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Anti-theft technology comes as software that you can install on computer devices. It also comes as a combination of hardware and software pre-installed on some portable devices. For mobile devices, anti-theft technology comes as applications. Business owners are either unaware of this technology or are aware of it but do not invest in it, even when they have stolen devices in their business premises. Business owners need to consider the value of the business information they lose when a device is stolen, or the business information that will fall into the wrong hands with a lost device. Anti-theft technology comes with a tool that can remotely delete business information on a lost or stolen device …
Social engineering warning
Social engineering is one of the tricks used by cybercriminals to trick people into giving them their usernames and passwords. Social engineering tricks are combined with phishing, so you won’t easily find this cyber threat. Business owners are often sent emails (with their bank logos and colors) to provide their (online) internet banking data. Always be wary of emails that claim to come from your bank and require your online banking details.