Keep Yourself And Your Customers Safe From Cyber Attacks
This week at work we were invited to attend a cyber crime safety course. which was organised and delivered by the cyber crime prevention team of one of UK Forces.
Now, I have always thought myself wise enough not to fall into what I consider pretty basic trick, such as not to open dodgy looking emails or phone messages. Yet this week I learned a few tips, which will cost you no extra time and effort to implement, but will keep you extra safe.
And I would like to share these tips with you for two main reasons. As online businessmen and women, we are possibly more vulnerable than most to become exposed to this new type of crime, and to become prey of hacking groups who constantly try to steal personal details to access our accounts.
But as a fellow affiliate, I also feel a sense of duty to my potential customers. What I have learned today could have an impact in how our customers see us when we approach them, and some techniques may have to be avoided or curbed down in order to avoid being seen as potential 'bad guys'.
So, let's get into the thick of it. Click on the next page and go to Lesson 2 to find out more about RANSOMWARE.