Home Security: Secure Your Router

Today’s Cybersecurity Monday tip encourages your to make sure your router is safe. It’s always best to change your default Wi-Fi router password and make sure you’ve enabled the highest level of encryption. By choosing a strong password, and keeping your router up-to-date on the latest firmware, you can reduce the risk of an intrusion…

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Home Security: Enable Encryption

For today’s Cybersecurity Monday tip, we’d like to encourage everyone to enable your encryption, both at work and at home. By enabling encryption on your computer and your other corporate or personal devices, you can add an additional line of defense between hackers and your information. To find out how we at CCP can help…

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Home Security: Secure Your Workspace

As Cybersecurity Mondays continue, we’d like to remind you to always lock your work computer and any other business relevant systems when you’re not using them. Most major computers have a command to lock your device. On Windows computers, you can press “Windows Logo Key” + L and on Macs, the command is CTRL +…

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Home Security: Limit Social Media

Secure your online identity as part of Cybersecurity Mondays. When hackers plan an attack, they often study people’s social media profiles to gather personal information. By limiting your public settings, and being mindful of what information you put online, you can avoid becoming a victim of a cyber attack.

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