Protect your business online this Stay Smart Online Week
Cybercriminals target businesses of all sizes, stealing business and customer information to commit identity theft, fraud and other crimes. The consequences of this can be devastating. Stay Smart Online has a range of resources to help small business take control of their online security this Stay Smart Online Week.
Cybercrime is big business – are you safe? There are three simple steps you can take to protect your business from cybercrime. We outline these steps so you will know how to spot email scams, create strong password security and keep business information private.
This guide has been developed to help the owners and operators of small business understand ever-evolving cyber security threats and take action to protect themselves from the most common cyber security incidents.
eLearning modules for employees
Equip your staff with CommBank’s free eLearning modules! The modules provide advice on email security, browsing the web, shopping and banking, password security, security on the move and email payment fraud. They're designed to empower your staff with the knowledge they need to help them make better choices online.
Register for the Cool, Calm and Connected eLearning series. To share the e-learning with your staff, simply send them the EdApp welcome email you'll receive when you register.
More info for small business
Stay Smart Online has lots more advice about online security for small business. You can also sign up to our free alert service for the latest threats and how they can be managed, and follow us on Facebook.
Falling victim to an online scam, a virus or other internet nasty can be frustrating and unpleasant but help is always available! Head to our ‘Get help’ page for advice on recovering your identity, where to report cybercrime and dealing with online scams.
About Stay Smart Online Week
Stay Smart Online Week 2019 runs from 7 to 13 October. This year, we are continuing the 'Reverse the Threat' of cybercrime theme and empowering Australians to take control of their online identity by reviewing privacy settings, knowing how to spot phishing scams, creating strong and unique passwords and turning on two-factor authentication. To take the phishing quiz and more, head to www.staysmartonline.gov.au/reversethethreat.