Your reputation is one of the most important assets you have personally and professionally. Right or wrong, it defines how other people perceive you as a person. You can do positive things to improve or maintain a good reputation, such as demonstrating a high level of professionalism at work or loyalty to your family and friends. Likewise, you can easily damage a reputation through a seemingly innocent comment made to the wrong person. A damaged reputation can be difficult, if not impossible, to salvage.
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Real World Consequences:
Let me set the scene, your home with your family sitting on the couch watching TV. When all of the sudden a whole swarm of SWAT officers come busting through your front door on a no knock warrant. You and your family are separated, and you are forced to the ground at gunpoint with the officers screaming at you about your disgusting ways, shouting “We know WHAT YOU ARE, PEDOFILE!”
But that will never happen to you right? You don’t ever visit those types of websites, the very thought of such things turns your stomach. That is just what a resident of Buffalo, New York thought earlier this year, until it happened to him and his wife. Now as it turns out he was completely innocent, but that fact did not save him from having his door broken down or having a weapon held on him while he was being detained and his house searched by the FBI and the Buffalo Police. (And no they did not pay to fix his door.)
These resources can help you secure your network and protect company data
Every small business knows that the only constant you can count on is change. Your business processes change, your network changes, and even the Internet changes. Each of these can make your company vulnerable and expose you to online threats. You need to make sure your security measures are keeping pace. This includes everything from battening down your network hatches to educating employees on how to safely browse the web to knowing how to securely use free Wi-Fi hotspots.
In this latest installment of our Technology Roundup series, we provide extensive resources to help you secure your network and protect valuable company information.
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