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How much do you know about hacking?



How much do you know about hacking? Whilst most of us will be familiar with the term, you might not understand quite how pervasive it really is, and how much of a real threat it is to small and medium-sized businesses.

Hacking is a serious business, often conducted by sophisticated criminal organisations who make a large amount of money through perpetrating cybercrimes against businesses worldwide. But there are things you can do to make yourself and your business more difficult to target.

Kyle, from BRIM, is a specialist in hacking and how to bolster yourself against it. He spoke to Iain from the Enterprise Iain Show all about the challenges faced by small businesses from hacking, as well as his top tips for how to protect yourself from cybercrime, from protecting passwords to keeping your systems updated.

So, if you are an SME trading online and you are not sure what you are doing, and don’t have a cyber security or IT specialist, then this is a must listen to podcast. Listen here.

You can also find your nearest Cyber Resilience Centre for support and guidance by visiting our CRC Network page here.


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