VPNetworks LLC Announces the Release of How-to Protect Your Business from Hackers

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VPNetworks LLC has published an informative infographic entitled “How-to Protect Your Business from Hackers” to educate the business world on the importance of protection against hackers.

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Hacking is the danger businesses should be most worried about.

VPNetworks LLC has published an informative infographic entitled “How-to Protect Your Business from Hackers” to educate the business world on the importance of protection against hackers.

With this infographic, VPNetworks LLC offers insight on why businesses should have safeguards against hacking in place. To correctly educate people on the dangers of hacking, the infographic covers computer hacking statistics, signs a business has been hacked, and tips to protect a business from hacking.

Thousands of computers are hacked each day, and over half of network intrusions and data breaches are due to compromised user credentials. Employees should be on the lookout for signs of a hack including network activity outside of normal hours and a rise in the amount of DNS traffic. To protect a business against hackers, train employees on safe practices including never emailing sensitive information and using random passwords for account logins. All data should be consistently backed up, and companies should assess and fix weak spots in their network.

“Hacking is the danger businesses should be most worried about,” said VPNetworks LLC CEO Benjamin Van Pelt. “When hackers reach inside a computer network, they have access to all of the information. Thankfully, measures can be taken to prevent hacking, and all companies should have protection against hackers in place.”

About VPNetworks LLC

VPNetworks LLC is a company specializing in online privacy protection services including anonymous virtual private networks, anonymous proxy, business virtual private networks, email encryption, and routers. They are focused on helping consumers stay safe online and preventing cybersecurity attacks.

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