October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to provide individuals and organizations with the tools and resources they need to protect themselves from cyberattacks.
Cybersecurity is especially important for businesses, as they are often targeted by cybercriminals due to the valuable data they store. Businesses can lose millions of dollars due to cyberattacks, and their reputation can also be severely damaged.
Wallter, as a leading Electronic Money Institution offering a one-stop-shop for businesses that need borderless accounts and better global payment solutions, is committed to helping its business customers stay safe online.
We offer a number of cybersecurity features and services, including:
- Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a mandatory security feature for accessing your Wallter account. It requires you to enter a code from your phone in addition to your password, providing an extra layer of protection that effectively prevents unauthorized access.
- Fraud detection and prevention: Wallter uses advanced fraud detection and prevention systems to identify and block fraudulent transactions.
- Data encryption: All data stored by Wallter is encrypted, which means that it is protected even if it is intercepted by unauthorized individuals.
- Knowledge is power: Wallter offers its business customers regular updates and valuable insights on cybersecurity best practices. This ongoing communication empowers clients with the knowledge they need to safeguard their accounts and stay vigilant against evolving cyber threats.
How to keep your businesses safe:
Keep your software up to date: Outdated software often contains security vulnerabilities that can be exploited by cybercriminals.
Use strong passwords and enable 2FA: Enforce stringent password policies within your organization. Ensure that Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is activated for all accounts, further fortifying security.
Be careful about what links you click on and what attachments you open: Phishing emails are a common way for cybercriminals to steal personal information and passwords. Be careful about clicking on links in emails or opening attachments from unknown senders.
Have a backup plan in place: In case of a cyberattack, it is important to have a backup plan in place so that you can recover your data and continue to operate your business.
Educate your employees about cybersecurity: Make sure your employees are aware of the latest cybersecurity threats and how to protect themselves.
In today’s digital world, where risks are at their peak, Wallter is your trustworthy financial partner that does protect your business against online dangers. By using advanced security methods and proactive training, you can securely operate in the digital space while safeguarding your company’s reputation and information.
This Cybersecurity Awareness Month, let’s work together to make cybersecurity a top priority and make sure our online defenses are strong and reliable.