Cybercriminal and Computer

Cybercrime isn’t just a problem for your boss, the IT guy, or the security guard to take care of. Cybercrime is a problem that affects everyone and we each have a role to play.

As an employee there are several things you can do to protect yourself and your workplace from cybercrime:

  • Report broken doors, windows, and locks to your building’s security personnel as soon as possible
  • Store, lock, and inventory company keys, access cards, uniforms, badges, and vehicles
  • Monitor and report suspicious activity in or near your building’s entrance, parking lot, and garages
  • Shred all documents that contain sensitive personal or company information that is no longer needed
  • Change your passwords regularly (every 45 to 90 days)
  • Do not give usernames or passwords to anyone
  • Do not open emails, links, or attachments from strangers
  • Do not install any software without permission from your IT department/company
  • Make backups of all important data

If you notice something suspicious, report it to your supervisor, security personnel, or IT department/company.

Call us today if you're worried about cybercrime and want to schedule a FREE Cyber Security Assessment. We work with small to medium businesses in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Apex, Clayton, Wake Forest, Chapel Hill, Holly Springs, and surrounding areas. Call today: 919-469-5060.