October is Cyber Security Awareness Month!

Be Cyber Smart – Simple tips to protect your business

SEA CIBERNÉTICAMENTE INTELIGENTE (Spanish)

Phishing and Spoofing – How cyber criminals lure you in

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Knowing many businesses never recover from a cyber attack, our goal is to get our clients to prepare for and prevent attacks. But, if the worst case scenario does occur, we are here to connect them to recovery resources.” – Doug Covey, State Director

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Take this assessment to learn how secure your business’s data is today.

Hacking and Small Business

Traditionally, small businesses haven’t paid much attention to data security, believing larger businesses were the targets of hackers.  However, as larger businesses strengthen their data security initiatives with dedicated IT teams, small businesses have become the low-hanging fruit for attacks.

The Idaho SBDC wants to demystify cyber security and bring awareness about how a business can take the appropriate steps to operate more secure.  We are here to help you prepare for and respond to attacks.

  • Prevent – Tools to identify and protect your vulnerable assets.

  • React – Tools to help you recover in the event of an attack

  • What’s new? – Tips & news on cyber security

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