National Cyber Security Alliance hosted the Two Steps Ahead seminar held at the Washington Pavilion. The event aims to educate and protect businesses about the cyber attacks that target businesses all over the country. Keynote speaker Sen. John Thune of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee spoke to business owners about each’ role in fighting cyber crime.
He emphasized the importance of two-step authentication in securing one’s account information. Cyber experts also suggests to change passwords frequently and to use complicated words and complex characters. They also discourage the crowd from opening links from non-trusted sources that may include suspicious links.
Source: Argus Leader