World Password Day – Cybersecurity tips for businesses and organisations
Today is World Password Day, the day of the year when we are all reminded of the importance of using stronger and more secure passwords.
With so many of us still working from home, cybersecurity has become even more important – and passwords are still one of the most important aspects of good cybersecurity. Promoting the use of strong passwords within your organisation is a great way to improve the overall security of your network and to protect against any intrusions or attacks.
As well as reminding employees to make sure they set strong passwords and regularly update them, World Password Day is also a great time to take stock and make sure your organisation is well protected against cybercrime.
To help with this we have collated all of our guides on cybersecurity below for businesses, councils and charities. If you require any more specific advice for your organisation, please contact our cyber risk specialist, Andy Hall on firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0116 2819152.
Cybersecurity advice for businesses:
- World Backup Day 2021 – top tips for backing up your data
- Cyber security tips for home working during the coronavirus pandemic
- How to avoid becoming a victim of coronavirus fraud
- Coronavirus track and trace: Data handling tips for reopening hospitality businesses
- Home Cyber cover – everything you need to know about domestic cyber insurance
- Why now is the perfect time for businesses to consider Cyber Insurance
- How businesses can adapt to the “new normal” in the post-pandemic world
Cybersecurity advice for councils
- Cybersecurity tips to keep councils online data safe
- Windows 7 End of Life (EOL) – is your council up to date?
- We can now cover your Council for Cyber Attacks
Cybersecurity advice for charities
- Cybersecurity tips for charities
- Cyber insurance for charities – why it is so important
- Virtual meetings: Risk management guidance for charities and voluntary organisations
BHIB’s cyber risk specialist Andy Hall says: “We have seen a huge increase in cybercrime over the last few years which has recently overtaken physical crime. Cyber-attacks such as ransomware are extremely harmful and the costs to rectify the damage can be very expensive.”
“Password management is an important part of the cyber risk management process and a good regime will help protect your systems from a potential attack”.
For more information on cybersecurity for your business, contact Andy Hall on email@example.com or call: 0116 2819152.