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You must have heard about the Morris Worm. It is viewed as the first every cyberattack. The attack is about 31 years old, and in just 24 hours, it took about 10% of the internet down.With the current attacks and threats, the Morris worm looks like just another child play. To add to the real threats and attacks, there are also the myths that many fall for; your site could be at a higher risk than you think. While hosting it is necessary to go through hosting with mod support, its easy to use as well as it’s a common security website.

What are some of the myths concerning security?

You Have a Strong Password

But is your password really strong? A simple search on password hygiene will give you all sorts of answers that are misleading and won’t take you anywhere.

If you keep the basics about passwords, then you are going to avoid all the misconceptions on the internet.

Never use a password that is easy to crack and use it for all your accounts

In the same way, never use complex passwords that will force you to write them down. You will have just migrated your security risk from an online field to an offline one.

Use a password generator to manage your passwords. In addition to that, use two-factor authentication. It might be annoying, but it will give you the much-needed protection and security.

Small Businesses Are at a Lesser Risk of Being Attacked/Hacked

You must have heard this statement,and it could not be more wrong. 43% of cyberattacks focus on small businesses.Many small businesses don’t invest much in the cybersecurity of their companies making the companies very tempting and easy targets for hackers.To add to the vulnerability, there is also the discovery risk on the hacker’s side.

In other words, for hackers, it will be a small risk with a big reward, and for your business, it would be a high risk of completely ruining it.What do we mean by a high risk? According to studies, 60% of small businesses will close down just sixmonths down the line after a cyberattack.

All You Need Is an Antivirus Software and A Firewall

Well, this could have worked in the late 80s, but I’m sorry, those days are long gone.There is a reason why comprehensive website security services have been on the rise.These security services typically provide 24/7 malware detection, malware removal, and monitoring.Such companies will also set up some System incident as well as events management team just in case a crisis arises.

All these elements might sound scary, especially if you are uninitiated. If you own a small business, you should either outsource or maybe come up with an in-house cybersecurity team.That is mandatory – trust me, even a gaming server will require some security protocol; you can’t avoid it!
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