Every one of us is vulnerable to a cyber-attack and it can happen at the most inopportune time.
- Your eMail gets hacked and is sending out infected emails to all your friends and worse, to all your customers and clients.
- Companies start sending you bills for services you don’t remember signing up for because you've been a victim of identity theft. They got the information when you updated your credit info at the store, at work or even at home using that free public Wi-Fi. Now your credit rating is trash and you don’t know what to do.
- Your business network is locked down by a military grade virus and they're holding your business ransom until you pay up; or else.
- Or it could be as simple as turning on your computer in the morning and it crashes. What now?
It’s a FACT that if you're wired to the Internet, and with all your modern AI devices, you ARE vulnerable to a cyber-attack from just about anybody, anywhere. Even when you share information on social media, you're opening yourself up to anonymous intruders gathering your information to steal your identity and to make your life a living Hell for a very long time.
And in an age of total interconnectivity, ANYONE can attack you. They could be sitting in a cyber-café in Shanghai, or in a dirty hovel in Bangkok, or an office park in New Deli. It may even be the teenager in your cul-de-sac with some new software he downloaded who just wants more money to buy some new video games. It really doesn’t matter because they're all lining up to take a crack at you.