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As we enter a brand-new year, we sincerely hope that you had a wonderful and memorable holiday season and were able to rest and refuel in advance of the new year. This month’s newsletter will emphasize cyber hygiene and raising cyber awareness to help reduce the risk of potentially costly and damaging security breaches in order to get 2021 off to the best possible start. In the digital age, taking proactive measures to ensure the security of your computer systems and personal data is essential. This newsletter aims to give you the most recent information to aid in keeping your online data safe. You will be well-equipped to defend your digital world from potential threats if you heed the advice given.

As many Canadian businesses face the loom of a recession and the additional scrutiny of their customer’s data in the wake of many security breaches, now is the time to tighten company security to avoid falling prey. This article will cover how businesses are impacted and ways to mitigate or prevent attacks in their tracks.

Businesses are facing a growing threat from cyberattacks, and the stakes are high. A single data breach can cripple a small business, yet 62% of all cyberattacks target small businesses. As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, it’s more important than ever to be proactive about cybersecurity. Join our exclusive webinar on February 22nd to learn from industry experts.