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Four Cybersecurity Tips for Protecting Member and Organizational Data

Train your employees then train them again

With cybersecurity threats on the rise, it is important for associations to take steps to protect themselves and their members. Here are four cybersecurity tips to help keep your data and members' information safe.

Employee Training

Nearly 94 percent of malware and phishing attacks are sent via email. That's why it is essential for all employees to be aware of the importance of cybersecurity and know how to spot a potential threat. Many times, hackers will target an organization by targeting its employees. By training your employees, you can help them avoid becoming a victim of a cyberattack.

Your employees are your first line of cybersecurity defense. If your employees have the tools and training to detect cyber threats, they will be better equipped to protect your networks and data. Outfitting your employees with a strong virus file scanner is a good place to start.

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