We are living in a world that is ever more reliant on technology.
Now days, in Australia, you would be hard-pressed to find a business that doesn’t utilise a computer as a part of its day-to-day operations.
Whether it’s for basic invoicing and data storage or as a fundamental tool of your trade, the humble computer has become the workhorse of the modern business.
With that in mind, what would happen if you fell victim to a cyber attack? Would your business still be able to operate?
With scammers becoming more and more sophisticated, regular antivirus software is struggling to keep up. This is leaving businesses vulnerable to a security breach.
Today’s article comes from our friends at Universal Computer Solutions, a local Geelong based IT firm, and it talks to the best ways of combating a cyber attack.
If you would like to discuss the ways you can significantly decrease the risk of spam containing malware affecting your business, contact the team at Universal Computer Solutions by emailing email@example.com