1. Enhance Password Security: Strengthen passwords, use unique ones for each account, and consider adopting a password manager
  2. Implement Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA): Add an extra layer of protection to your accounts by enabling MFA wherever possible.
  3. Stay Informed: Keep up with the latest cybersecurity trends, threats, and best practices through reliable sources.
  4. Regular Software Updates: Ensure all devices and software are updated promptly to patch vulnerabilities.
  5. Backup Your Data: Regularly back up critical data to prevent loss in case of a cyber incident.
  6. Security Awareness Training: Invest in cybersecurity awareness training for yourself and your team to recognize and avoid potential threats.
  7. Review Privacy Settings: Check and adjust privacy settings on social media and other online platforms.
  8. Conduct Security Audits: Regularly assess and audit your digital infrastructure for vulnerabilities.
  9. Secure Home Networks: Strengthen your home network security with robust passwords and encryption.
  10. Report Phishing Attempts: Be vigilant and report phishing emails and scams to protect yourself and others.

Let’s make 2024 a cyber-resilient year!

Source: Forbes


<a href="https://blackcell.io/peter-szollosi/" target="_blank">Péter Szöllősi</a>

Péter Szöllősi


Peter has been the Head of Offensive Security at Black Cell for five years, where he manages the pentester team responsible for providing high-quality ethical hacking services to clients to enhance their security posture. He also contributes to the maintenance and improvement of Black Cell’s security posture with internal and external audits.

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