Is your personal and company information secure? Can thieves access all the websites you visit?
Sitting in an office years ago, I’m busy working at my station when my boss enters with a worried look on his face. I stop working to give him my full attention and he asks me if I have used our company credit card recently. I told him I had not and asked why he wants to know.
He responded that our company had credit card information stolen and he was trying to track down what happened. I felt awful for my boss, and friend. In addition to dealing with the frustration of theft and recovery of funds, he also had to deal with the shock of company information being violated. Nobody should have their information stolen by thieves.
To this day I don’t know all that happened during that theft, but I do know that stolen credit card and banking information isn’t uncommon. And all kinds of website login credentials can be easy to come by as well, including for your business website.
Cybersecurity is a deeply complex and ever changing field, but there are steps you can take to help secure your browsing data from thieves and hackers without having a doctorate in IT. One of the first steps you can take is to secure your own internet connection.
Thanks to Cloudflare securing your internet connection has never been easier, or faster. On a desktop or laptop visit the Cloudflare DNS setup page and follow the written instructions to start securing your browser from prying eyes. If you are using a phone or tablet visit the Cloudflare DNS website and select the app store of your choice and start securing your mobile connection, on or off WiFi, with the tap of a button.
Not only will Cloudflare DNS help reduce the theft of your website browsing data, including vital company data transmitted over the internet, it will help your browsers work faster.
You can secure your company information, your website, and your future. You can feel confident that your information is safe and ready for you when you need it. You can focus on doing what matters in your business.
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