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7 Tips to Secure Cybersecurity in Restaurants

"7 Tips to Secure Cybersecurity in Restaurants" Susan Johnston Taylor | January 30, 2019



"Educate your employees about phishing emails"

Many ransomware attacks are the result of someone downloading an email attachment. “Some criminal organizations, the first thing they’re going to attempt to do is to send you a phishing email that infects your computer with malware,” says Keith Jarvis, a senior security researcher at global cybersecurity company Secureworks. “The weakest link in most organizations is humans,” he adds. Employees should be on their guard to avoid clicking on suspicious emails or attachments. Devices should have antivirus protection and malware detection software. Jarvis also suggests setting up two-factor authentication for things like vendor payments so it’s harder for crooks to authorize a fraudulent payment.

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