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Safer Internet Day 2021: How organisations can stay safe online

In light of Safer Internet Day 2021, businesses need to invest in the latest cybersecurity to be able to protect the online operations of their remote staff.
According to Rian Schoeman, head of legal and chief privacy officer at Lawtrust, organisations have to follow certain procedures to ensure the online safety of their staff and operations.
“Moving into the technological space offers great opportunities and benefits to organisations, however, without proper cyber risk management and data security, all your assets are left vulnerable,” says Schoeman.

Make sure your site is secure. 

Secured websites are protected with a Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate. This certificate confirms that the site belongs to the entity it claims to belong and it also encrypts the link between your computer and the website.

To make sure a website is Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encrypted, make sure that it has a padlock next to the URL.

To read more on the article titled “Google says it’s too easy for hackers to find new security flaws” click here

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