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    Hoping this cyber attack stop. Causing a lot of problems esp to minors.

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    Cybersecurity is the protection of internet-connected systems, including hardware, software, and data, from cyberattacks. In a computing context, security comprises cybersecurity and physical security -- both are used by enterprises to protect against unauthorized access to data centers and other computerized systems.cybersecurity is one of the parts of web page creation firewall.

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    Cybersecurity is the trending topic for the IT world.

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    actually they are ways to avoid it. I agree with KarenGeorge.

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    cyber attack do not stop in 2020

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    Instead of trying out completely a new thing, it's better to give preference to monitoring software designed for the ease of organizations. Apart from preventing data breach, you can track your employee's activities to avoid any kind of inconvenience.

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    Boyofo,

    All devices that have an IP address should be secured with a lengthy, complex password.

    I am a security researcher. To keep hackers out and shore up your security efforts you'll need to train your staff to recognize sophisticated phishing attempts. Make sure that employees, guests and their personal devices can only access the guest account. Even the guest account should use a lengthy, complex password.

    Your IT staff should be constantly updating the software and firmware being used throughout the company. Firewalls and routers should be blocking certain website traffic. You may want to use VLANs to segregate / sandbox important resources from the rest of the network. Any remote accesses should be done using a VPN and be sure to disable ftp and telnet connectivity.

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