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You just learned that your business experienced a data breach. Whether hackers took personal information from your corporate server, an insider stole customer information, or information was inadvertently exposed on your company’s website, you are probably wondering what to do next.
What steps should you take and whom should you contact if personal information may have been exposed? Although the answers vary from case to case, the following guidance from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) can help you make smart, sound decisions >>
With nearly half of all cyber attacks now targeting small businesses, it's important for owners to know what to do after a data breach, as well as what they can do to avoid becoming another sad statistic. See this article from AmVenture for more information >>
Just like driving a car, sooner or later you may have an accident no matter how secure you are. Download this article to help figure out if you have been hacked and, if so, what to do.
Ransomware is a type of malicious software cyber actors use to deny access to systems or data. The malicious cyber actor holds systems or data hostage until the ransom is paid. Refer to this document for both prevention and response guidance.