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We are all Human, Which is the Problem
What do you tell yourself to sleep better at night? Have any of these come to mind:

“I will get to that tomorrow.”
“It is not that big of a deal.”
“It won’t happen to me.”
“Someone else will handle it.”

The things we tell ourselves become our reality. So, why would you do this when it comes to your next cyber-attack?

This discussion will reverse these mindsets that are easy to slip into. To adjust your perspective about cybersecurity, we must take a step-by-step approach. These changes are not resolved overnight (alright, enough with the evening references, we don’t want to put you to sleep.)

In fact, you should be as alert as possible when it comes to cybersecurity. Here is a sneak peak of what this discussion will hold:
1. Assess your current approach to security—what is your current cyber risk score?
2. Develop cyber awareness training for employees—do they know what a cryptic email looks like? Have you tested their awareness regularly?
3. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)— do you have a 2nd authentication to say, “yes it’s me” when signing into email and other applications?
4. End Point Detection Response-- what's this? why it's important?
5. Incident Response Plan-- do you have a plan in place before you need it? Do you have the right people involved in your plan?

John "Boomer" Boomershine, Director of Client Engagement-- He has worked at Blackink IT for five years with a thirty-year IT career. He focuses on keeping our clients safe by ensuring they have the proper controls in place to mitigate risk.

Dec 2, 2021 10:00 AM in Indiana (East)

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