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From Online Identity Theft!

The 3 Most Common Ploys Used By Online Thieves To Access Critical Personal And Business Information That Cost Them Productivity, Money, Or Even Medical Benefits.

Want to avoid the common and disastrous effects of Online Identity Theft? Then please read on! We’ve compiled a list of the 4 things you should be doing to save yourself the money and frustration that comes with identity theft.

  1. Make sure your backups are encrypted. This is a crucial step in defending yourself from identity theft. Imagine a hacker somehow got into your network and started snooping in your backups. Without encryption they could access all of your critical business information.
  2. Make sure your virus protection is on and up-to-date. This one speaks for itself. Almost all businesses nowadays understand the importance of running anti-virus software, but many companies still forget to run these scans frequently. A lack of virus protection can result in slow performance, pop-ups, being blacklisted (can’t send or receive emails), and identity theft.
  3. Set up a professional-grade firewall and update it regularly. Oftentimes small businesses think cyber criminals will go after much larger targets, when generally the opposite is true. Since a small business has less protection they’re more at risk to equal opportunity thieves. A firewall is your first line of defence against viruses and malware. Since the anti-virus software is your last line of defence it may not catch everything. If you have a consumer-grade device you’re likely putting your organization and its critical data at serious risk.
  4. Update your system with critical security patches as they become available. You’d be surprised how easy it is for a cyber-threat to access your computer. Oftentimes these criminals only find out about vulnerabilities when a patch is released to fix it. They’ll get hard to work on a virus or other infection, and without the patch you’re in harm’s way. The time between the release of the patch and the release of the exploit is shortening every day, so without constant supervision of these patches your information could be in danger.

Want An Easy Way To Make Sure You and Your Business
Are Protected From Identity Theft?

Thanks to our Managed IT Services program, we take full responsibility for managing your computer network! This service is guaranteed to eliminate expensive, frustrating identity theft issues, give you the peace of mind that your data is safe and secure, and remove the need for reactive computer support.

To learn more, download our FREE REPORT, “What Every Business Owner MUST Know To Protect Against Online Identity Theft” or call our office at 416-966-3306

“What Every Business Owner MUST Know To Protect Against Online Identity Theft”




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"My firm switched to Connectability five years ago and it was one of the best decisions we made."

Their team is always extremely responsive to our needs - however small the problem may be they are always patient and come up with creative solutions. In one instance a key computer was infected with malware late at night. They responded that evening and were in my office first thing the next morning for as long as it took to resolve the issue. We are delighted with the support provided by Ted and his team.

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